Making Sure The Employee “Fits” Your Business

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Getting ready to hire new employees to work for you?

As we say here at BB, “employees are an extension of your arm.” And what we mean by that is that your employees are a reflection of both you and your business. Finding the right employees can definitely be a process but if you go about it the right way you can’t go wrong.

We asked fellow business owners who have done their fair share of hiring what their best tip would be for anyone looking to hire potential employees. Special thanks to Alfonso Santaniello, Michael Hess, Sara Sutton Fell and Bibby Gignilliat. 

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Reminders

  • Check out our friends at the YEC and what amazing things they are doing for young entrepreneurs all over the globe.
  • If you’re looking to reach customers everywhere and in a unique way then check out our friends at CoffeeSleeveMojo.com and advertise in local coffee shops all over the US.
  • Don’t forget if you have a question you want to send to our experts you can email them to experts(at)businessbewareshow.com and watch latest tips posted here. 
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About

Ashley is the co-founder and co-host of Business Beware. Her passion is learning the background of how and why a business started and of course bringing a little laughter to business owners everyday. Proud member of the YEC too.

2 Comments

  1. Jessica Reynolds /

    Love the tips! Especially like the one about taking them to dinner. It’s very important to see how they react around others. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Kacey Whitman /

    It’s so true, you can’t teach “personality.” Make sure they are good to go in that department before even thinking about bringing them onto your team!

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