Top questions to answer before creating your remote team
After reading the answers for the following questions, you will have a basic understanding of how to create your dream team
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1/ Will you use freelancers to fill out your remote team?
For small business owners looking to hire those initial helpers, freelancers may be a solid choice. With freelance work becoming more popular, you can easily find a freelance worker to help out with pretty much any task your small business needs to succeed. Using a freelance job board, small business owners and hiring managers can build a remote team of freelancers offering help with design, writing, web development, accounting, sales, administrative work, and any other niche or specialty project.
2/ Are you familiar with current labor and employment laws?
Being able to answer this question with confidence can prevent legal headaches for any business looking to hire new employees. So, regardless of whether you choose to hire freelancers or full-time workers, make sure you research labor laws that govern your interactions with these teams and individuals; this includes pertinent employment regulations and laws, such as the Family Medical Leave Act, the Equal Pay Act, worker’s compensation, employment taxes, and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
3/ Can remote localization services boost your small business?
Chances are, you need to hire a team of remote workers in order to boost an aspect of profitability for your small business. You may be thinking of hiring a web developer to create a custom website, or you may be on the hunt for a social media marketer who can assist with your marketing plan. However, if you are not thinking about localization benefits, you may be missing out on some serious profit potentials.