Business Course - Part 18
How to hire staff to assist you in your home
When your business grow large enough you may have to consider the fact
that you can't do everything that needs to be done by yourself! You need
to hire people for the additional load.
Did you know that employing people is like investing?
You invest the cost
of the wages and you get a return on your investment by getting more work
done. If you stop getting a return on your investment then you need to
start investing in someone else.
The first step in hiring staff is to profitably advertise. It should not
much trouble with this part as there are always people hunting for a
good job. Look online, check out on some recruitment agencies or inform some people you
know (best option!). Once you have a few takers you can start interviewing.
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Remember when you start interviewing that you are looking for someone to
not only make your life easier, you also want someone capable of
increasing your profits. You don't want to spend a lot on your
investment if you aren't going to get a good return.
Ask some basic questions so that you can get a feel for their
personalities. You want to work with someone who is personable, competent
and reliable. Start out simple.
- Tell me something about yourself? How the candidate respond to this simple question
you an idea about their personality, how they prioritize what is important, as
well as their suitability for the job you are offering.
- Why should I hire you? This will give you a good idea of how confident
they are in their ability to do the job. Have them explain how they will
meet your job requirements.
- Why did you leave your last job? This will give you a feel for how they
view their past employers. This will also help you spot potential
problems and problem candidates. If they comes up with excuses or complaints then you may want to put them
at the bottom of your pile.
As an employer you have the right to ask any questions that will help you
find the right person for the job.
But just remember by law,
"You can't ask as anything that could be thought of as discrimination,
including questions related to age, race, religion, nationality, marital
status, medical history or disability"
One last note. While hiring, remember that you have to
pay taxes. You will more than likely have to pay the income taxes of your
well as medical insurance taxes. Make sure you check your local tax laws.
Or better yet check with a competent accountant who can help you.
Thanks again for joining us ,
Courteously -- S. Kumar
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