Yes, and how you handle employees depends completely on your personality, and the type of employees you have. I find it best to be direct and state expectations up front, correct problems right away, and offer praise at a job well done. But dealing with employees can be like dealing with children - you may communicate with a creative child differently than you would a child who is a linear thinker.
I admit I'm not great at it, but do the best I can. I am very calm, matter of fact, don't really yell or carry on, but how I communicate may be construed as "too direct". So people who need to be coddled or babied don't usually react well to my management style.
I would suggest that before you hire anyone for your business, hire help in your personal life first. Hire a housekeeper or maid to come in every week and clean the bathroom, kitchen, dust and vacuum. Hire someone to do yardwork. Get help with childcare. This frees up time for you to work in your business without distractions or worries that other things aren't getting done. It also requires less paperwork, less taxes than hiring an employee.
Once you are ready to hire bakery employees, I would start with counter help first - those type of jobs take less time to train and get up to speed. Work up from there.
Best of luck!