Harold - you make a good point as well. There is always that growth plateau (spelling?) that you hit. It's like the decision of having to add your first employee. Going from that first $70,000 in sales and then having to leap frog to $120,000 plus to make it work. My numbers may be off... but the point is the same. It's difficult to ease into employees by taking them on a part time basis... though that's what we all do. I suppose that means you ease into a part time supervisor. It's just seems more difficult to establish their job description, job duties, role and responsibilities.
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