9 Crucial Employees Every Startup Should Have In Their Deck [Comic]

Building a functional startup might feel like a fantasy, but assembling your ideal team doesn’t need to be a thing of lore. We’ve made a compilation of 9 essential employees you’ll want to make sure you’ve got in your deck…

9 Crucial Employees Every Startup Should Have in Their Deck Comic


This comic was created by Extra Fabulous comics for the Toggl Team – the people behind the world’s no. 1 time tracking app.

No matter what your companies deck contains, it’s important to balance strengths and weaknesses in your team. How you structure your team will also be important to your shared success. Cross-functional teams are becoming a popular way to increase productivity and creativity. Teams go through many phases of development as they learn to work, innovate, and communicate effectively. Cross-functional teams can support this development.

What else have you done?

So glad you asked.

We theorized what might happen if programmers created the earth (spoiler alert: it’s not great). We also guessed what a horse may be like if it were built in different programming languages (additional spoiler alert: still not great).

If you have a job where you need to deal with clients, check out our guide to the absolute worst clients explained with pirates. Or perhaps, you have to deal with people who think exposure is a fair method of payment. In that case, you might want to take the email generator for a spin.

We’ve done a whole lot of other comics & fun things too. If you want to check those out, you can click right on the Fun button at the top of this page. I’d also suggest following us on Facebook or Instagram for new comic goodness.

And of course, don’t forget to check out the Toggl timer.

May 10, 2018

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