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The key is not to treat part-time employees as a lesser component of your business profile, but instead as a highly skilled consultant role that is not required on a full-time basis. (Getty Images/Getty Images)
The key is not to treat part-time employees as a lesser component of your business profile, but instead as a highly skilled consultant role that is not required on a full-time basis. (Getty Images/Getty Images)

EMPLOYER TIPS

Ten ways to get the most from part-time staff Add to ...

The nature of employment has changed so much during the past 20 years that the words “part-time” have come to encapsulate everyone from the barista to the graphic designer to the job-sharing parent juggling home life and career. As a small business owner, these employees can represent high-yield low-cost solutions to your business needs.

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