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Almost all small businesses start out as one-man bands.
While one day a founder might be taking care of CFO responsibilities, like figuring out how to allot company funds and obtain outside financing, the next day he or she might be hitting the phones and cold-calling for sales leads.
Up to a point, it behooves small business owners to be resourceful and handle the lion’s share of the work. But before it’s too late and their companies lose out on its market timing, entrepreneurs need to hire in order to grow, even if that means taking on more costs.
“A small business should start with a core set of hires that are critical to getting the business off the ground,” says Josh Tolan, CEO of Spark Hire, a video interviewing platform. “From there, it should have a plan for scaling the company with a new set of hires.”
Mashable spoke with HR and career experts to find out the most important hires a small business can make.
Here’s the rest of the article: http://mashable.com/2014/05/07/small-business-hires/