It may be necessary, at some point, to hire staff to maintain a war memorial. These would be the workers to help you with tasks like those of mowing the grass around the war memorial and sweeping the war memorial grounds. They would also be tasked with welcoming visitors to the war memorial, conducting/guiding visitors around the war memorial grounds… and so on. In an earlier article, we looked at the possibility of using volunteers to maintain the war memorial. But there may be cases where you can’t find volunteers to help you maintain the war memorial. That is when it becomes necessary to hire staff.
You, of course, need to be sure that you have enough money to pay the staff you will be hiring to maintain the war memorial. If you are to retain the staff for long durations of time, you need to ensure that you pay them competitive salaries. Remember, there are other employers competing for the same workers. Thus, for instance, the staff members have the option of working for a company like Walmart. That would see them being assigned accounts on the Walmartone portal. And they would subsequently only have to visit the portal, and sign in (through the Walmartone login screen), to access their paystubs. You need to ensure that what you pay them is, at the very least, as good as what they’d have earned working for a company like Walmart. If you don’t have enough money to pay the staff for full-time work, you can hire them on part-time basis.
Once you are sure that you have enough money to pay the staff, you can embark on the actual recruitment. You just need to announce the fact that you are looking to hire staff to maintain the war memorial. Once people learn that you are looking for workers, they will send their applications. You should then trawl through the applications, to short-list the promising candidates. The final step would be that of subjecting the shortlisted applicants to interviews, to select the best people. Those would be the people to help you in maintaining the war memorial.