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I've come up with an idea to start a small 3 room hotel. What's the minimum number of employees I need and which employees do I need to hire?
QUESTION | BY Sulanka Thomasz | 13 ANSWERS | LAST ACTIVITY ON 08/07/19

I'm starting this hotel and planning to expand in future. At the moment I'm working on a budget so I can't hire employees unnecessarily. So I need to know the exact amount of employees required for 3...

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Use these strategies to improve your customer service team and provide better support.

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How Remote Businesses Can Attract High Quality Job Candidates
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Remote businesses have even more pressure to high quality employees.

Workforce Monitoring Isn't as Scary as it Sounds
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To attract and maintain talent, companies must adapt to meet the needs of Gen Z.

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Technology Should Enhance Communication Skills
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The use of technology shouldn't strip away our communication skills.

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Leaders must face every change with discipline, transparency and creativity.

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Freelance negotiations should focus on finding a fair agreement.

How QA Can Support Businesses in the Journey of Digital Transformation
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Learn how digital transformations can improve your business.

How Micro-Interns Can Help Your Business
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Micro-internships are project-based workers.

How Paternity Leave Can Narrow the Gender Pay Gap
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The "motherhood penalty" may be inevitable, but fathers can share some of the burden.

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