How to Make Your First Hire

This week, we’re discussing the business side of small business law, with a focus on hiring. Specifically, who should be your first hire? When starting a new company as a solopreneur, there comes a time when one must seek out additional help, but who should that person be? 

On today’s episode we cover:

  • The position you should focus on for your first hire
  • The trap of micromanaging in the online entrepreneurial space
  • Why it’s important to invite your team to make criticisms and suggestions

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Disclaimer: 

The Legalpreneur Podcast is advertising/marketing material. It is not legal advice. Please consult with your attorney on these topics. Copyright Andrea Sager Law 2020

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