Q: I’m a small-business owner with fewer than a dozen full-time employees. I cannot afford to have a full-time human relations person, but I know I need guidance, including for onboarding new hires. What can I do?
Written by: Suzanne Lucas
Read by: Shoka
Produced by: Robin Epley
This Evil HR Lady column ran in the February 2020 issue of Comstock’s magazine. Read more here.
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