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The Complete Idiot's Guides to Starting and Running a Thrift Store by Ravel Buckley, Carol Costa

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Chapter 13
People and Paperwork
In this Chapter
◆ Establishing hiring procedures
◆ Processing payroll
◆ Employer/employee taxes and reports
Whenever you bring staff members into your store—whether they are volunteers or employees—you increase your own responsibilities. As the owner or manager of the store, having volunteers on your staff means you must deal with issues like scheduling and training. Employees also require scheduling and training, as well as extra paperwork and a whole new area of bookkeeping procedures and tax liabilities. The good news is that if you need staff members, it means your store is doing so well, you cannot manage the workload yourself. The extra people and paperwork are therefore worth the added responsibilities and ...

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