Putting your first employee on the payroll is a big deal. When you make your first hire you want it to be someone both skilled and the right fit for your company. You hope this person will stay on for a number of years and really grow into the role. Of course, making the wrong can cost you in time, money and even damage to your company’s reputation. You want to get it right the first time.
Once you make the hire, we can help you pay them accurately and on time, and take care of payroll taxes. But first, consider these five tips: 1) Hire for fit, not skill; 2) Make background and reference checks; 3) Don’t bet on a long shot candidate; 4) Balance today’s needs with tomorrow’s; and 5) Consider payroll tax laws.
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