Hiring Your First Employee: A Step-by-Step Guide
The only book that addresses the specific needs of anyone hiring an employee for the first time.
Hiring anyone can be intimidating - but this is especially true if you're considering hiring your first employee. A new level of laws and regulations kick in, not to mention all the costs involved.
Fortunately, Hiring Your First Employee provides a complete, easy-to-read overview of hiring an employee, as well as legal and practical advice at every step.
Written by bestselling business author and attorney Fredrick Steingold, this tightly focused book will help you:
prepare the necessary paperwork
Hiring Your First Employee provides 50-state legal summaries in plain English, sample forms and charts that compare the pros and cons when making decisions about hiring someone.
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2 Avoiding Legal Pitfalls
3 Setting the Pay Rate
4 Considering Benefits to Offer
5 Getting Ready to Hire
6 Screening Applicants and Making a Job Offer
7 Preparing for Your Employees First Day
8 Maintaining Employee Files
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