Hiring employees for your small business can be among the most important decisions you make. This article from SmartMoney.com looks at some job interviewing skills that may help. Of course, a good practice is to hold off on hiring, especially for full-time employees, until you absolutely need them. Do what you can with outsourcing, part-time and contracted service until then. But when the time comes, making the right decision on which employees to hire can be critical. The wrong decision will cost you time and money.





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Written by lyceum
4704 days ago

I think it boils down to a two-way street communication and really grasp an understanding of the trader principle of exchanging value for value. I think that alternatives to regular hiring practices will come up in the future. Here in Sweden you could use something called "self employment business". You rent / hire your employer. You send invoices through a special company specialized on helping freelancers, solo entrepreneurs, etc. They take care of all the paperwork, taxes, etc. They take a cut of circa 10% of the invoice. Here is some information on this new type of business employment: http://www.egenanstallning.nu/ee_eng.htm



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