When you go beyond a three-person mini studio, it's time to start thinking about duplication. And it's not about people anymore (you can't take and double your staff just to reduce risks), it's about functions.
If you have exactly one person who registers new employees, exactly one financial controller, exactly one person, what happens when he gets sick or, worse, quits? What about 1/12 years when these people are on leave?
That's why we should try to duplicate 100% of the functions of these people, and divide the functions among other people evenly to increase the overall reliability of the system. By the way, it's done in state institutions.
One way - assistants for top management, although this is a small fraction of their functions. We'll talk about them in the next post.