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How to hire the right person for your business

interview26236689.jpgOne of the biggest challenges that most business owners have is finding the right people, for their business. Hiring the right person can be a time consuming process, however, savvy business owners understand that their employees are their most valuable asset. Those business owners, who put the effort into hiring the right people, find that the chances of their business succeeding are much higher. The good news is that while it can be a difficult and overwhelming process, there are tips that can help. Here is what you need to know about how to hire the right person for your business-

  • Remember-that in this type situation, "You get what you pay for". Too often employers are not willing to pay, for the skills and experience that they need. They mistakenly believe that they can train someone, or someone will just quickly learn whatever process or method they need to. Unless you are willing to spend the time and money, training someone who is totally unqualified or inexperienced, you are better off paying a competitive wage, for someone who can do the job, from the first day of employment. You should look closely at what the industry is paying, in your job market and keep mind that, that figure is what will attract the best people. Remember that employee turnover is costly, so you should do what you can to avoid.
  • Your benefits can be an advantage-Especially in today's job market, those employers who can offer some benefits to their employees, stand a much better chance at hiring the top people. You should try to add benefits whenever you can afford to. In turn, make sure that you are educating your employees, about the cost and value of their benefits, so that they can be aware that you are taking their needs into consideration. The bottom line is that you will probably not be the employer of choice, unless you can offer benefits that include as a minimum: medical, dental and retirement packages.
  • Go online-Recruiting can be effectively done online. Many potential employees will be looking at your website when they are looking for work. Your web site is a valuable tool, not only to attract customers, but to also attract the best talent to work at your company. Your website should clearly show your business' vision, values, goals and products. It should be appealing enough to get job applicants to want to work for you. You should make sure that your web site has an employment section that clearly spells out: what jobs are available, how to apply for jobs, and how to contact someone in Human Resources.
  • Always check references before you hire anyone-It is critical that every business owner, check the reference of every potential employee. Many employers feel that this is waste of time and they figure that a job applicant wouldn't put anyone down who wouldn't recommend them. The reality is that many job applicants put down false or unusable references, figuring that they will never be checked. The bottom line is that you should pursue every possible avenue to make sure that the person you are hiring, can not only do the job, but will contribute in a positive way to your business. You should also check to make sure that there are no concerns about past jobs, where your current staff might be endangered. Remember that if you fail to do a background check, and a person is attacked in your business, you could be liable.

By following these tips you can find that employee who is ready and willing to make a positive and lasting contribution to the success of your business.

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