If you’re considering hiring a family member, the best way to avoid problems is to keep it professional. That means hiring your relative because of their qualified skill set (not because they are struggling to find a job). Setting clear expectations and enforcing policies is crucial to your working relationship. Plus, it’ll show your non-family employees that everyone is being treated fairly. Nepotism isn’t very popular.
Be Professional With Your Family Member Employees
By Tami Benus|2018-03-05T08:00:02-06:00March 5th, 2018|Blog|