Recruiting & Hiring
For a budding entrepreneur or first-time small business owner, one of the most significant milestones in your first business is hiring your first employee. Due to monetary and budget-related reasons, first-time employers often hire first-time workers. Here are some tips on how to create and maintain loyalty among your first-time employees.
As if starting a new business weren’t scary enough, the next step is to grow it by hiring someone. This article outlines the steps you need to take when hiring your first employee, and the series of events that are sure to make the process less daunting. From getting your ducks in a row, to starting the process, to bracing yourself for change, hiring your first employee is a straightforward task that will change your life for the better.
SMEs play a vital role in job creation and addressing the issue of unemployment in South Africa. It is not uncommon for a lot of these jobs to cater to entry-level staff. This article, therefore, explores how SMEs may successfully hire and bring on entry-level staff, which is a critical skill for business owners and a key tool through which unemployment can begin to be addressed.
HR can make or break your business. However, small, micro, and medium enterprises (SMMEs) often wait for something to go wrong before they consult an HR specialist. Putting a few basic policies and procedures in place from the outset could save you both time and anxiety. This article looks at tips to help you handle all things HR-related in your business.
Often, when business owners review their business's performance to find out how they can improve, they re-allocate budgets, change their marketing tactics, review their sales statistics, and consider the clients and customers they have. When it comes to their employees, they often address poor performance with additional recruitment or termination rather than training and skills development. This article highlights why it is better for your business to invest in skills development courses.