@firstviolin -- It looks overwhelming at first, but it is definitely doable.
First, you need to sit down and do a needs assessment of your business. This should include how many and what kinds of employees you need, and what jobs they would be doing.
You should also consider potential needs for additional employees, and trouble spots that could come up.
After that, you should write up job descriptions and employee agreements, or an employee handbook.
This not only lets your new employees know what's going on, it also gives you space to put in all the state and federally required information.
After that you should be good to start hiring. If this is your first time making a human resources management plan, I suggest you sit down with someone who's done it before, or read over some existing human resource management plans before starting.