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Believe it or not, when you decide to leave your 9-to-5 job to start your own company, you’re bound to make a few newbie screw-ups along the way. Some are minor blunders you can easily patch up and learn valuable lessons from. But for many successful business owners, there are a few mistakes that, when prevented, could have made your journey smoother and less stressful.
Aside from clean water to drink, food is a primary need that we all need to have to survive. Being able to work and generate an income to buy necessities such as clothing, shelter, and education is also crucial.
Outsourcing, by definition, can sound like a major negative for a company. Work being outsourced to foreign countries, for example, is often spun as providing an opportunity to cut costs by firing employees and paying for cheap labour elsewhere.
Bringing in a new guy or gal into your team is an exciting time – you’re ready to watch your business grow.
Here’s the thing though – you want new employees who will help that growth continue. No one wants the next person they bring in to slow that growth down.
You might have heard that the Australian minimum wage has increased by 3.5% effective July 1 2018. For small businesses around the country, this could mean that hiring new staff is out of the question, and many will be looking for an alternative way to meet their growing business needs.