In This Chapter
• Deciding whether you need staff
• Finding the right employees for your needs
• Setting staff policies
• Training your staff
Help! You just sat down for the first time in what’s now a 14-hour work day—and it’s not over. You still have to pay some bills, check your e-mail, clean the now empty suite 3 (which you tried to get to all day) and prepare for next morning’s breakfast. You’ve thought of hiring someone to help you out but you don’t think it’s worth it for only six rooms. If you’re doing all the work yourself—or even if you have a partner who helps out—and you have the income to support hiring one or ...