When you have a small business, every task counts.
There are no jobs that can be cut, or teammates that can take extended vacations without being missed. Therefore, business owners tend to focus on the roles and tasks that bring in immediate money—sales, engineering, marketing—and tolerate the necessary administration side with an accountant or finance person. Because hey, money matters, right?
Then, the big human resources question looms. HR tasks don’t bring in sales and they don’t create new products, but every small business needs to handle the people side of things. And if you don’t have an HR person, how do you know which tasks to prioritize?
If you’re the one calling the HR shots, here are the functions that will give you the best return on your investment.
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