When you are employing staff, there are a number of things to consider for your business.
Before you place the job ad, review your current staffing. Is there existing talent and capacity within your team that could cover the role? When you’ve established that your current staff capacity requires you to hire, you’ll want to follow a robust process to ensure you attract quality candidates.
Job description – Be clear concise and accurate about the role and what experience the candidate will need. Include details such as the start date, hours, and remuneration in order to give your candidate all the information they need to make the decision to join you.
Business background and history – Remember they will be researching you prior to applying to see if they feel they would fit in and want to work for you. Your website and social media should provide information about who you are and your company values.
Budgeting for employment costs
It’s easy to think about the base hourly rate as the main cost of employing staff, but there are other costs that also need be taken into account. And these will differ for individual employment contracts.
Make sure you have accounted for:
It is an exciting time when your business growth provides the opportunity to add new talent to the team.
Although there is a lot to consider when employing new staff, success is in the planning. We can assist with your budget and compliance obligations before you grow the team.
We can help make the employment process easier.