According to a report by the Small Business Association, 99.9% of companies in the U.S. are small businesses. The same report states that an overwhelming majority of these companies operating across the states employ less than 100 employees.
As these businesses grow, it makes sense that their workforce will also expand. Along with this employee growth comes a whole new set of new issues that previously were not a consideration for many companies. Larger workforces demand more, and you need to be proactive in your approach to answer their call.
7. Harassment Training
Once you hit 50 employees you will need to make available required training for sexual harassment. This should be mandatory for every employee and manager, and even the CEO. - Jennifer A Barnes, Pro Back Office, LLC
Read the other ideas from 13 other members of Young Entrepreneur Council as they hare some of the issues that you should prepare for when your company passes the 50-employee mark, from health insurance and other benefits to new security risks and training needs on the original blog post: