Why It Pays to Hire [INFOGRAPHIC]

More and more small businesses are realizing that they can’t do everything on their own, and sure enough hiring among small business owners is on the rise, jumping from 21 percent of SBOs in 2012 to 24 percent this year. All told, small businesses created 380,000 new jobs in August 2013 alone.

Still on the fence about hiring your first employee? Here’s why you might want to hop off and get started on that Help Wanted ad. (Click the infographic for a larger view.)

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About Christopher Null

Christopher Null is the editor of the Intuit Small Business Blog. A 20-year veteran of technology and business journalism, he runs the custom publishing company Null Media. He also writes daily about wine and spirits at Drinkhacker and covers the latest movies at Film Racket.
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3 comments
Jason Allen
Jason Allen

They stole from my account. Be carefull

Achilles 'boysie' Amante
Achilles 'boysie' Amante

Please see my post in the other photo . No one is helping me with my case . I want to get this resolved today . I already lost 4 customers .

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  2. [...] But how do you know if your company is ready to expand? Organizational psychologist David G. Javitch, Ph.D claims that the following indicators are telltale signs: employees are overworked, demand for your products or service is steadily increasing, you know increasing productivity will require increasing employees’ skills and capabilities, and/or revenue is steady and projected to continue. Learn more about the benefits hiring can bring to a small business, the costs of not hiring, and how to know when to hire in this infographic by Intuit. [...]

  3. [...] But how do we know if your association is prepared to expand? Organizational clergyman David G. Javitch, Ph.D claims that a following indicators are revealing signs: employees are overworked, direct for your products or use is usually increasing, we know augmenting capability will need augmenting employees’ skills and capabilities, and/or income is solid and projected to continue. Learn some-more about a advantages employing can move to a tiny business, a costs of not hiring, and how to know when to sinecure in this infographic by Intuit. [...]