You've done it! You made it through the planning stages and moved your idea off of the paper and into reality. Perhaps you struggled along by yourself for a year or two but with the economy stabilizing a bit, you realize you are now in need of your first employee!
There are many good sources of information about finding the right people, writing job descriptions, interviewing candidates and managing people once they are on board. In addition, you'll need to understand your regulatory requirements as an employer because it is crucial to the success of your business. 10 Steps to Hiring Your First Employee is a wonderful resource to help you figure out what needs to be done to ensure a successful outcome.
Do you have any tips or advice for those who are finding themselves ready to take the next step and become an employer? Let's discuss!
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