If you’re the owner or manager of a small business, the prospect of bringing new employees into the fold can be both exciting and anxiety-inducing. On the one hand, it’s extremely exciting to have the budget and resources to bring new team members into the fold. On the other, your small business is your baby and your livelihood—so you can’t afford hiring mistakes that affect your success and productivity. Consider these six hiring tips as you write job descriptions, conduct interviews, and train your new employees. 1. First things first: meet state and federal regulations. The rules are different when you start hiring employees. Get started with these hiring steps from the Small Business Administration . You may also want to network with fellow owners of growing small businesses to share advice on the most helpful accountants, background check providers, and so on. 2. Let your brand’s personality shine in the job description. If you’re not yet a well-known brand and you’re trying to attract the best talent, you must stand out to potential applicants with a wealth of job opportunities at their fingertips. One way to do this is by crafting a job description that showcases what’s unique and especially exciting about your company. Whether you explain how you’re disrupting an industry or share examples of recent media coverage, your job description has to be memorable for applicants who are scrolling through endless job options. 3. Building a new team from scratch? Consider a group interview. For example, […]
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