The first thing to consider is your finances. Ensure your income is consistent and large enough to hire an employee or freelancer in the scope that you need. If you’re not sure you’ll have enough money, you may need to reconsider your payment strategy, or find additional funding.
Nex, assess where you need the most help. Does it make more sense to hire someone who can work for new clients, or someone who can take care of the tasks like accounting and marketing that are keeping you from doing more work? Whichever you decide is best for you, it’s important to craft a job description that is compelling and makes sense for the type of person you’re looking for.
If you’re still wondering whether you should hire a new employee, check out the infographic below: