Hiring Your First Employee

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 Complete These 6 Tasks Prior to Hiring Your First Employee

The decision to hire the first employee is a big one that often comes a business owner whose business has grown to the point where they need a little more assistance. While this is an exciting time – and excellent news for the company – it can also be overwhelming.

Taking on additional help should not be taken lightly. You should be aware that becoming an employer brings additional paperwork, liabilities, expenses, training time, and legal obligations once this transition has been made.

When you are ready to bring on employees, there are a few tasks that must be done in preparation to be sure your business is compliant and not subject to unnecessary liabilities.