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How to Employ Your First Employee

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How to Employ Your First Employee
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740303537
Number of pages: 60

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At some point in the growth of your business you realize that you can no longer go it alone. The real success of hiring your first employee lies in following the correct procedures, adhering to the requirements of legislation and taking action at an early stage.

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