by Sarah Mote
You've always hired the most amazing talent. Never a glitch. Nary an issue.
Congrats, you've nailed one of the big issues that plagues, and seriously damages, many a startup and small business.
But if you haven't sorted out your hiring processes to vet your talent early and well, then you may want to pause and figure that out.
Turnover is costly for businesses, but the effect it can have your company culture and productivity makes hiring the right employee from the get-go crucial. With recruiting and hiring costing U.S. businesses $72 billion a year the tips included in this article and the infographic below
can be the difference between your company being a dud or a rock-star diva.
Hiring Your First Employee
Attracting and retaining good employees is key to business success. Adding employees is often the only way a company can grow beyond the scope of its owner. Bringing together a team for your business can be challenging.
KCSourceLink resources can help you.
Consequences of Hiring the Wrong Employee