Now you need employees what is next?
Do you outsource some responsbilities to another agency rather than an employee? Perhaps a consultant? Make sure you understand the difference between employees and contract labor. Contract labor is not an employee. See IRS guidelines, https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/understanding-employee-vs-contractor-designation
As you add employees, you will want to do fundamentals on handling the reporting and taxing responsibilities:
Set up an account with TWC, Texas Workforce Commission, for unemployment taxes. Review other links for Employers information. The Required posters by the State of Texas can be download free Texas Workforce Required & Optional Posters.
Now you need a job description, job listing, employee policy – you will find Texas Workforce Solution can assist with job listings. Review the Equal Opportunity Commission Tips for Small Business for guidance. Also refer to the EEOC Small Business Resources. The Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM)
Various positions may have additional requirements. Perhaps you are recruiting for particular credentials? Do you seek a background check? If so, read background checks and waiver and release of liability form. Be aware of laws surrounding job references and background checks. SHRM is a good source of employer guidance ; see information charts on employoers using background checks.
OSHA know the workplace safety requirements.
Texas Workforce Solutions: Many people do not realize all the resources Texas Workforce Solutions offers business in on-the-job programs and employer development. Look for grants programs for subsidize wages.
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