There are two roles an assistant can take: studio assistant or production assistant. They sometimes cross over each other, but most times do not. Studio people tend to be the ones really good with the left brain stuff like organizing, tracking, billing, paper work, filing, etc., while production assistants are the more creative types. They want to be in the action. Don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of people who are good, if not great at both, they are just harder to find. So, how do you FIND an assistant? How do you interview and HIRE an assistant? How do you TRAIN your assistant? And how do you FIRE them if they are a bad apple. Sorry folks, some people will just not work out and you HAVE to fire them. It is part of being a business owner. Here are some helpful tips within each stage of the employment process.
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