When you first started your small business, you wore many hats and still do, but when you come to the point that you can’t do it all, it’s time to hire someone. But hiring the right candidate is one challenges a small business owner must endure. Who do you hire, who do you trust your business to because you’ve worked so hard to build it. According to a survey conducted by Indeed, 64% of small businesses have a difficult time when it comes to finding the right candidates to apply for their job openings. The below article explains more on this and what you should do as a small business owner the next time you need to hire someone. We hope you find it useful.
It’s Olympics season and we’re talking hiring hurdles.
You’d guess that the biggest problem small businesses face when hiring is finding the right person for the job.
Actually, it’s the opposite. Small businesses worry that, while there re-qualified people out there, they won’t be able to attracting them.
Or so says a new survey of small business owners conducted by Indeed. The company has been investigating hiring trends among small businesses in the U.S.
Specifically, the survey found that 64 percent of small businesses identified attracting the right candidate for their open job as the biggest obstacle toward making a hire. Continue Reading