Learn more about employee background checks and how they can help you make stronger hiring decisions.
A well-written job offer letter can seal the deal for a new employee. It’s an important step in the hiring process. Write your own using this template.
Discover how and why small businesses hire their first employees and how much they paid them in this special report from QuickBooks Payroll.
Hiring takes more than finding the right person. This guide can help you determine if you’re ready to hire employees and how to go about the hiring process.
While it's important to be cautious when hiring a non-citizen, it's more important to know the law and prevent possible claims of discrimination. Here's how.
While hiring new employees is an exciting time for growth, it's important to conduct due diligence to ensure a successful hire. Here are 9 steps to do just that.
The Employment Eligibility Verification form, also known as Form I-9, is a form that the U.S. government requires for each new employee.
Developing a solid onboarding process ensures a positive experience for every new hire. A comprehensive onboarding checklist ensures you never miss a step.
Employee orientation is important to familiarizing new hires with their roles, company and co-workers. Use this checklist to help new hires be successful on their first day.
When hiring new workers, you have a few options. From employees, contractors, temps and more, here's your list of the types of workers you can add to your team.
Ready to bring on your first employee? Follow these 6 steps to complete the hiring process and stay compliant with state and federal laws.
Workers' compensation laws are handled at the state level. Learn what to do in case of a claim and what workers' compensation insurance covers.
A bad hire can impact your revenue, your clients, your other employees, and you in a variety of ways. Read more to learn how to avoid a bad hire.