Managing a Microboard
Below you’ll find videos and factsheets to help educate you and your Microboard on how to govern your Microboard. Starting and managing a Microboard can seem overwhelming so we ecourage you to use these resources to help guide the process. Even if you have been part of a Microboard for many years, it’s always helpful to review the information below:
First Steps for Hiring
Hiring an employee involves several steps. Typically this involves setting up a bank account, obtaining a business number, registering with WorkSafeBC, developing your interview process and employment documents, payroll, and getting to know employment standards. Click the link below to learn about the first steps:
Dos & Don'ts of Interviews
Having an interview process in place helps you find suitable candidates, and protects you as an employer. This involves writing a job description, posting your ad, pre-screening candidates, conducting interviews, checking references, and making a hire.
Criminal Record Checks
Employees vs. Contractors
You are allowed to hire staff as either an employee or a contractor. It is your responsibility to figure out if your new hire would be classified as an employee or as a contractor in the eyes of different governing bodies.