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Monday, August 31, 2020

How to Build a Great Small Business Team without the Stress

Building a business team isn’t all about finding the right people for every role. It’s about relieving some degree of responsibility, so you can focus on the other key areas of your business with confidence. Recruiting, hiring and even training employees can be expensive to say the least.  Studies have indicated that the cost of replacing someone due to a bad hiring decision can be equivalent to 6 months’ worth of salary for that particular employee. If you are a small business then you cannot afford this kind of work because after all, you’re busy. If you want to avoid all of that stress, then this is the guide for you.

Recruiting Good People
The first step that you need to take in building a business team would be for you to try and recruit the right people. You need to make sure that you have a very detailed job description and you also need to be outlining everything that you ideally want that person to do. When you have done this, you can then outline all of the essential skills that person needs so that they can be successful. If you want to reward your new hire and welcome them into the company, why not explore corporate food gifts?

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Don’t Rush
Only ever bring people on board when you absolutely need to. Never fill a role that doesn’t need to be filled and also make sure that you never settle either. This is vital if you want your hiring process to be successful. If you want to make sure that you are getting the best result out of the process in general, then it may be worth going through a recruitment agency. When you do, you can count on them to hire the right people for you so you don’t have to worry about a thing.
 
Remote Candidates
This is quite possibly the best way for you to add new candidates to your team. You will then have access to an even bigger pool of talent, and you may even find that you are able to save some money as well. After all, when you hire a candidate on a part-time basis, you can feel confident knowing that they are going to have the skills you need and you won’t have to worry about paying them sick pay or even vacation time. If you have a full-time employee then you will need to pay their tax as well, so keep that in mind.
 
Talk to your Network
Believe it or not, your network is the best place for you to try and find recommendations from people who you trust. Just because someone recommended an employee, doesn’t mean that you can then forego all of the right checks. In fact, you need to do the same checks you normally would, so you can make sure that they are the ideal fit for your company. Little things like this can really work in your favour and you would be surprised at how easy it is for you to try and get the best result out of your hiring process in general.
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