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    Hiring Employees questions
    Hello all, I am looking to start up a Junk removal service in the beginning of next year and I may need to hire an employee for part time work. The problem is, I don't know what I need to provide as an employer. What do I need to do? Do I need to provide workers compensation? What paperwork do I need to do for taxes? is there other insurances I need to provide? Do I have to provide benefits?

    I was originally just going to start up this business with just me as the only worker, but it would be very nice to have someone on-call to help with the bigger jobs. I just don't know what I need to do as the employer.

    I looked a bit on the SBA website but could not find any answers.

    So if you guys could help me out on this, that would be awesome!

    Thank you,
    Brandon


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    Quote Originally Posted by BrandonL View Post
    Hello all, I am looking to start up a Junk removal service in the beginning of next year and I may need to hire an employee for part time work. The problem is, I don't know what I need to provide as an employer. What do I need to do? Do I need to provide workers compensation? What paperwork do I need to do for taxes? is there other insurances I need to provide? Do I have to provide benefits?

    I was originally just going to start up this business with just me as the only worker, but it would be very nice to have someone on-call to help with the bigger jobs. I just don't know what I need to do as the employer.

    I looked a bit on the SBA website but could not find any answers.

    So if you guys could help me out on this, that would be awesome!

    Thank you,
    Brandon
    Hi Brandon,
    I currently am a small business consultant and help small businesses like yourself with workers compensation, hiring employees, composing a handbook and basically all the back end work that no business owner truly enjoys doing. Feel Free to reach out to me privately and I can help you with what you are looking for.


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    The laws you need to follow to hire an employee can differ depending on your location - by state, county, even sometimes by city. Assuming you're in the US, I recommend starting here: https://www.sba.gov/starting-busines...first-employee. Your state's govt website may also have more info. For example, we're in California: http://www.taxes.ca.gov/Small_Busine...g/Hiring.shtml.

    It may also be helpful to hire a good consultant or HR company that can help you.


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    In my opinion, hiring an employ either for an office or a restaurant, it depends upon country to country. Therefore, i think you should check out the UK law and process of hiring formalities. What documents you require of him or her to provide a part time job.


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    " I am looking to start up a Junk removal service in the beginning of next year " this is great! more of these companies are needed and good ones ...

    "Do I need to provide workers compensation?" go to the website for your city. When you register your business name, you will get a list of what you need to accomplish before starting the operations of your business.

    For insurance, you may general liability insurance and workers compensation insurance


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    " I am looking to start up a Junk removal service in the beginning of next year " this is great! more of these companies are needed and good ones ...

    "Do I need to provide workers compensation?" go to the website for your city. When you register your business name, you will get a list of what you need to accomplish before starting the operations of your business.

    For insurance, you may need general liability insurance and workers compensation insurance


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    here are the things that you must do in hiring your first employees :
    http://www.nolo.com/legal-encycloped...ngs-29463.html
    http://smallbusinessbc.ca/article/ho...irst-employee/


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    here are the things that you must do in hiring your first employees :
    http://www.nolo.com/legal-encycloped...ngs-29463.html
    http://smallbusinessbc.ca/article/ho...irst-employee/


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