Your business is off the ground and now you're ready to hire your very first employee. What should you look for when staffing up at a start-up? Here are some tips.
You started your business because you wanted to be your own boss. But your business is growing so fast, you need some help. So in addition to being your own boss, you're going to have to be someone else's boss, too. You're going to have to hire your first employee.
Chances are you'll be facing the task by yourself. You'll have to play the roles of recruiter, interviewer, negotiator, and legal counsel. But Inc.com can help. We have the basics covered -- from tools to help you figure out what kind of position you're filling to advice for conducting a successful and legal job interview.
How quickly a new employee adapts to a company and a new company culture has a lot to do with their long-term success at that firm. Here are a few tips to make sure newbies integrate into your culture more easily.