In any business, the people we hire make a huge difference. The right people in the right spots at the right time can push you to new heights, while a bad hire can set you back. A great asset as you organize your business for growth is building around entrepreneurial employees.
Where do you begin when you want to write an effective job description—how do you even start? By following an orderly approach, you’ll be able to create descriptions even the first time. Then you’ll be able to use them to benefit your company, both in hiring and in evaluating existing positions.
You are looking for the best employees you can possibly find. For some business owners, using independent contractors is the best option. This guide will help you distinguish between contractors and employees, and break down the pros and cons of independent contractors.
Hiring your first employee is a big step for your business. It also means you have to deal with a lot of complicated regulatory requirements! This checklist of 10 items to do after becoming an employer comes from the Small Business Administration, and will help you keep your focus on your customers.