Recently, I have heard many business owners say that they should Hire Slowly, Fire Quickly. In my opinion, it’s not sound business advice.
Many business owners misinterpret the meaning which leads to bad business decisions which are significantly costing their business.
Before you decide to apply hire slowly, fire quickly to your business, you need to understand the risks and why it might not be ideal.
Employees are expensive. There’s no denying that.
However, did you know that in some cases, the cost of not hiring an employee can cost you even more? Read this post to learn three ways not hiring an new team member can be significantly hurting your bottom line.
Knowing when to hire an employee is essential for business success. Before you add each new person to your team, you need to make sure that you NEED that employee. Read more to learn four signs that your business needs to add either it’s first employee or another one to the team.
Whether you are a new business or a business that is ready to expand, you might be wondering, How do I become seen as the company where employees are jumping at the chance to get a job? After all, to fill your open positions, you must find ways to attract candidates and make them want to apply.
Whether you’re just starting to think about hiring your first employee, or you’re trying to find ways to draw more or better candidates so you can expand your team, here are three ways to attract candidates before you need to hire.
Are you thinking about hiring your first employee but you’re not sure if it’s the right time? Check out these seven signs that hiring an employee could be the right next step.
Business partners are sometimes needed to turn an idea into a successful company. However, just because taking on a business partner might increase your chances of success does not mean that it’s always going to be an easy relationship.
Learn about the pros and cons of having a business partner.