Hiring your first full-time employee is a fantastic marker of a company’s success. You’re off and running. But is the person you hire the right fit?
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A growing business will inevitably require a growing team and, for those business owners who have never done it before, making that first hire can be a stressful process – especially if you get it wrong.
You may be flying solo or in a small startup founding team, but to reach the next level, it’s time to bring in somebody.
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For past contestants of Shark Tank, finding the right staff to support their startups means assessing how well prospective employees will integrate – even before considering their skill set. Here are their tips to a great hire.