While many startups entered 2022 with deep pockets, 2023 has begun with the tightening of belts.
Smaller funding rounds have many organizations reevaluating their head counts, employee stock option pools, and compensation structures. Will remote hiring trends of 2022 cause employers to re-evaluate salaries based on employees’ local market rates, rather than as “one-size-fits-all”? How can organizations leverage employee equity to create more compelling offers, when salary may not be as competitive?
Join us live on March 1 at 11 am PT / 2 pm ET for a first look at our latest State of Startup Compensation report. Experts from Carta will talk about the compensation trends impacting companies now. During this session, we’ll discuss:
- Shifts in 2022 salary & equity that are defining this year’s activity
- The impact of layoffs across industries going into 2023
- How startups reward early employees, advisors, and consultants with more equity
- Best practices for managing team growth in the US or internationally
Q&A: The event will conclude with a Q&A session with our expert panelists to get your questions answered live.
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