Is Your Small Business Ready for an Employee?

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One of the most exciting milestones for your business will always be the moment you hire your first employee. However, you need to make sure that your business is actually ready for its first employee. Here are some things you need to think about before you place that job listing.

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Amount of Workload

Is there actually a workload that they can take on? Many make the mistake of hiring an employee too soon. If there is not enough of a workload for the both of you, you might end up choosing to hire someone part-time or risk having little work to occupy them with.

Of course, you might also be hiring an employee because you feel swamped and you feel that you have no choice but to reach out for some help. In this scenario, you need to work out what their responsibilities will be. There will be some tasks that only you as the business owner will be able to do, just as there will be some matters they can take on alone. Make sure you establish this as soon as possible because it will be a key part of the job description and therefore the overall advertisement.

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Organizing the Small Details

Hiring an employee isn’t as simple as placing an advert and interviewing candidates. First you need to make sure you have all the organization and structure in place within the business

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