“How much should I pay my teachers?”
“Should I pay teachers to come to recitals?”
“Should we hire teachers as employees or contractors?”
These are common questions I hear from school owners and aspiring school owners.
In this episode, we move beyond these basic questions and explore something deeper.
Employee benefits, total cost of employment, and how to build a culture at your school that supports the very people that are helping you build an amazing business.
When you move beyond the basics, it has a way of shifting your perspective and maturing the thoughts that you think about the topic.
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Here’s what we cover in today’s conversation
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