ATB Hiring Handbook

The How to Hire- Handbook for Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses

You deserve a high five, business owner!

You’ve successfully turned your idea into a reality, and work is starting to pick up and become more steady (well, as steady as entrepreneurship can be). You may have been flying solo or working hard with your business partner up ‘til this point, so how do you know when it’s time to expand your team of one or two? To give you a little help with your hiring process, we’ve sat down with our resident recruiting expert, Shahzia Noorally, to walk you through everything from creating a job posting to setting up payroll.

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