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Becoming an Employer: The Intuit Payroll * - Series

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Are you getting tired of doing everything yourself? If you-re starting to think about hiring an employee to help you with your small business, check out this * - series, sponsored by Intuit Online Payroll.

In this extensive series, Rhonda Abrams, a small business expert who has spent 15 years consulting with small businesses, details key things you need to know in order to hire that first member of the staff. Here-s a rundown of the entire series from start to finish.

Deciding to Hire

Making the Mental Leap

Seven Sure-Fire Signs It-s Time to Hire

Debunking Hiring Myths

Who Should You Hire First?

Being a Great Boss

-Boss- is Not a Dirty Word

Ten Hiring Do-s and Don-ts

The Hiring Process

Should You Hire a Contractor or an Employee?

Writing a Job Description

Interviews that Click

Laura Messerschmitt is a Senior Marketing Manager at Intuit. Her favorite part of the job is visiting small businesses to learn about what’s helping them succeed. Laura has traveled to over 75 countries. She loves spending time with her family, reading, and racing dragon boats. View all posts by Laura Messerschmitt This entry was posted in Employees and tagged Intuit Online Payroll, payroll, payroll * - series. Bookmark the permalink.
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