Every business needs a support network…

In episode 22 we spoke about WHEN to hire help in your business, so therefore in today’s episode we are going to talk about the HOW of hiring help, step by step and even touch on some mistakes that can be made in this process.

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Here is the episode breakdown:

Time  Topic

2.53  Where to start looking for help

4.30  Before you place your ad

5.00  Structure time for yourself in finding someone

6.17  Timing for the process

7.30  Screening resumes tips

9.30  Making the first initial contact

12.04  Progressing to formal interviews

13.15  Things you can see in the interview

15.30  Drill in to see their personality

16.35  Second interview bonuses and negatives

19.35  Give yourself time to reflect on candidates

20.11  Take notes during the interview

20.55  Desperate hires can end in disaster

23.11  Finding the golden team member, what’s next

24.59  Send me a email with all the information needed

27.41  Hiring an outsourced contractor

29.43  The Who and The What and The How

31.12  Stalk the potential contractor online

33.03  Reach out to potential contractors, and start screening

35.09  How do you feel about them

35.36  Comparing your offers

39.30  Formal contracts

40.31  Recap with the contractor arrangement

41.00  Keeping communications flowing

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Kerry @ Zinc Business Solutions  https://zincbusinesssolutions.com.au/

Information contained in this segment should be taken as general advice only and your personal circumstances have not been taken into account. It is recommended that you seek financial advice from a professional who is licensed to do so. If you choose to act upon the general advice shared in this segment you do so at your own risk.