Should I Hire An Employee? - CiteHR
NK SUNDARAM
Soft Skill Trainer / Hr Consultant - India
Cindy11
Hr Manager
Socialbody
Entrepreneur

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Respected seniors,
I am planning to open a home based recruitment service.I am well aware of the necessary resources that require to run the service and aware of the challenges too.And to maintain all those I am thinking of hiring somebody as an employee....... does that sound a wise move to you all? What reaction should I expect from applicants ?? how much should I pay?? Any suggestion /advice would be helpful and much appreciated.....
Thanks
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Hi ,
Starting a recruitment service business on your own is a good idea but Plan accordingly like how many staffs you require to start with. Recruit 2 members initially and salary range depends upon whom you are going to recruit, if fresher’s it’s a different salary range and for experienced its quite different.
When you go for experienced recruiters look out for freelancers or part time consultants to start with. As many experienced recruiters won’t opt for start ups.
If you have clients in pipeline then you can go ahead. Anyways Cheers for your upcoming business.
Best Regards,
Cindy
I would suggest that you can recruit young MBA graduates, who have NOT passed out from big Institutions. The reason is that you should be able to afford their salary. Secondly, it will be a learning opportunity for them and you can train and motivate them. You can also issue them a work experience certificate. Youngsters will be willing to put in extra efforts and it will benefit you greatly. Also incentivise their work, ie if they get a particular number of candidates or finalised placement, reward them suitably. It will go a long way to help both. Depending upon the kind of business you are having, you can hire one or two but give them basic comforts that is required when you operate from home, which will vastly differ from an office environment.
Best wishes
Thanks Mr Sundaram.......I can kind of relate to what you are suggesting,that's something was in my mind as well.However if you can tell me a bit more about the pay scale for both fresher and experience person and in case of a contractual hiring as well.....
Thanks once again
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