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This is your chance to promote your startup as one of the best places to work in Australian tech

The hunt is on to find the best Australian startups to work for, with submissions now open to My Startup Gig’s guide: Top starting employers 2023.

The initiative is supported by Tank Stream Labs and Startup Daily to produce a comprehensive guide to the best startups to work for across Australia, as voted by employees.

My Startup Gig was launched by Tim Atkins, COO of CancerAid. He decided to compile the report to recognize startups that excel in providing a supportive, inclusive and innovative workplace for their employees, with the goal of increasing startup employment.

Nominate startups now

To participate in the Top Startup Employers 2023 report, founders or their leadership team must provide information about their processes and policies, and employees will be surveyed to rate their workplace on various criteria, including professional development and training, employee support, work-life balance, employee benefits and the company’s approach to improving gender representation.

The report is made possible through partnerships with government organizations, venture capital firms and co-working spaces.

In addition, a network of universities, recruiters and the startups themselves will ensure maximum visibility among job seekers.

Participating in the report is free. Entries can be made here and close in May.

The startups that participate also receive an insight report with specific tips for improvement.

Tank Stream Labs is the title sponsor of Top Startup Employers 2023 and CEO Brad Delamere said they wanted to support initiatives that get more people into the industry and embrace inclusiveness.

“TSL is one of the most established and largest startup communities in Australia and has worked with thousands of startups over the last 10 years,” he said.

“As we have launched Tank Stream Talent to help companies with people and culture, we believe this is a very important project to support and we look forward to celebrating all the amazing workplaces in the startup ecosystem.”

Find the right place

Tim Atkins, who entered the startup industry after a life in corporate law, said he is well aware that people are hesitant to work in startups because of a perceived lack of instability, limited training opportunities and benefits, and a lack of information about the work environment.

“Compared to corporates, information about a particular startup workplace is relatively opaque,” ​​he said.

“The Top Startup Employers 2023 report seeks to address this issue by providing transparent information on hundreds of Australian startups. ”

Atkins also hopes to address lingering gender issues in the tech sector with the report highlighting companies at the forefront.

“Our plan is to share aggregated data, which will help startups build their benefits package while raising startup expectations to meet industry standards,” he said.

Improve visibility

Lucas Kakewill of UNSW Founders said one problem with technology cracking is that jobs at early stage startups are usually not advertised.

“The Top Startup Employers report will help make startup careers more transparent and accessible, especially for underrepresented groups,” he said.

“We are excited to share this with the talent coming through UNSW.”

Atkins cites his own organization, CancerAid, as an example. “We have a great mission and work hard to create a work environment that we are proud of, but no one has heard of us,” he said.

“This report should give a voice to all those silent achievers who have no name recognition in the job seeker market.”

Laura Warden, Head of Operations at Sydney VC Folklore Ventures said the Top starting employers 2023 will be an example of “seeing it like it is” for all startups.

“I look forward to seeing the impact of this report by highlighting not only top companies to work for in multiple integral areas such as women’s representation, inclusion and flexibility, but also how it will support those startups that building culture and strategy around diversity, by drawing attention to key themes central to future employees’ decisions to join a company,” she said.

“I think this could support more action to improve women’s representation in the startup world.”

Startups have until May Add here.

If you would like to support the project, please get in touch [email protected]


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