Trading cash for inflated job titles will slow your startup's growth and break your agility

It’s a relatively new trend, but it seems to stick around. Companies are trading higher salaries for inflated job titles, that neither represents the skills nor the position of the individual within the company. I have seen startups promote their solo project manager to Directors of Program Management, a role that usually manages…

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