4 Tips for Hiring Your First Employee in 2013

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Made Hot by: Entrepreneurosaurus on January 1, 2013 1:18 am
Are you turning down work because you simply don’t have enough time or hands on-board to take it on? Thinking of hiring your first employee? Before you advertise for a new employee, proceed with caution. Hiring staff is a commitment to the future, and should be made in the context of your long-term growth plan and whether you really want to be an employer. Here are some points to consider, plus some tips for determining whether you can afford to hire your first employee.


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