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Key positions every small business needs

thon_em
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Starting a business is an exciting and daunting experience. You may believe you are a jack of all trades but this may mean that you are master of none. It is important to know what your strengths are in the business and hire staff members who can fulfill the positions where you are weak. There are six key positions every small business should have fulfilled.

  1. General manager
  2. Bookkeeper/ accountant
  3. Marketing guru
  4. Administrative assistant
  5. IT technician
  6. Human resource manager
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Topic starter Posted : 23/01/2022 12:18 pm
StarLight
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Creating the right positions in a small company is important. Here is a list to help you choose the right people to help you achieve your goals.

  1. Product Manager
  2. Marketer
  3. Accountant
  4. Human Resource Manager
  5. Sales Representative
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Posted : 16/02/2022 3:57 pm
jumaccans
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It does not matter if the business is small or a leading company like Jumac Cans who have been in the industry for last four decades. All these positions are mandatory for all sizes of businesses.

Accounting - business owners should never handle their own finances. Outsourcing your accounting needs to a part-time employee is a bad idea. You'll be paying too much money for less work than if you hired a full-time employee.

Legal - Lawyers are expensive there’s no getting away from this fact. However, there’s also no avoiding the cost of making mistakes that could lead to lawsuits. This is why every business has access to legal professionals who can advise them about how to avoid these pitfalls.

SEO Specialist In today’s time SEO is important today whether your business is big or small, and you need someone who knows your business inside and outs and is fully committed. He/she should be able to properly implement an overarching strategy, and make sure all of the content serves this strategy.

Operations Manager - Operations managers are responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of a company. In order to do this, they need to know how to manage people, budgets, and other resources. This includes hiring new employees, firing existing ones, and dealing with any problems that arise. 

Upper-Level Management - Part-time employees are often hired because they are cheaper than full-time employees. However, this is not always true. Full-time employees are usually better trained and more dedicated to their job.

 

 

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Posted : 18/02/2022 6:59 am
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  1. Finance and Accounting :It’s not just about reports. It’s about regulations, tax compliance, and information. Here’s a tip: businesses don’t fail for lack of profit; they fail for lack of cash. Think about that. A finance guy knows what I’m saying. If you don’t, then you need to hire one.
  2. Operations : Whatever your product or service someone has to run the day-to-day operations. Planning. Making. Stocking. Shipping. Delivering. Inspecting. Improving. Supply chain. Transportation. A lot goes into running a business.
  3. IT : Even if you’re not a technology company (and the odds are you will be) there’s a ton of technology you have to be on top of. Networks. Systems. Hardware. Software. Websites.
  4. Business Development :Know sales or have no sales! Products and services don’t sell themselves. The market doesn’t just wake up one day and go to your site. Someone needs to wake up every day thinking about how to let people know what you’ve got, why it’s better than whatever your competition is offering, how to convince them to buy from you and how to keep them buying. Call it sales or marketing or business development or whatever. Just do it!
  5. Human Resources The legal environment when it comes to employing people is thornier than ever. It’s toxic with government over-regulation, lawsuits, and more. In some countries you can even wind up in jail for violating some obscure “human resource” regulation. Get someone who can keep up with the laws and the trends and who is forceful enough to keep you out of trouble.
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Posted : 09/04/2022 7:35 am
crescentfoundry
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Here are some Key positions that every small or big businesses should have in their coompany.

1. Accounting - business owners should never handle their own finaces. Outsourcing your accounting needs to a part-time employee is a bad idea. You'll be paying too much money for less work than if you hired a full-time employee.

2. General manager: This is the person who oversees everything in your company. He or she makes sure that everything runs smoothly. They work on strategies to improve the various parts of your business. 

3. Marketing guru: Marketing employees should be hired based on what they know about marketing. Hiring an employee who knows how to do everything is a waste of money. Instead, hire someone who specializes in certain areas. As your company grows, you may need to add more specialized employees.

4. Administrative assistant: Admin assistants help businesses by doing administrative work such as answering emails, scheduling appointments, and managing files. Virtual assistants do similar things but also handle marketing, sales, customer service, and other important aspects of running a company.

5. IT technician: Computers are essential tools for any business. You need someone who knows how to use them to make sure everything works properly. Having a technician on staff will help you avoid problems when things go wrong.

 

All these positions are mandatory for all size of businesses. It does not matter if the business is small or a leading company like Crescent Foundry who have been in the industry for last four decades.

 

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