NEVER do “Desperation Hiring”! Instead, find the very best people as an ongoing process. Here’s how to do it.
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Even the best employee quits. What can you do? Start taking action now by looking down the road for development.
So are you feeling the weight of the world on your shoulders? Share the load with your people (and help them stay honest too!) with this Special Report: “Adding Employee Accountability in Your Company”!
Find your next manager candidate from the very beginning.
Steve shares how to “transform” your company by focusing on the “Emotional Dynamics” of the home owner’s loss. (Even if you don’t offer restoration now many of the same principles apply in carpet cleaning too!)
All compensation arrangements have pros and cons. Steve reviews the options for commercial and other business models to pay techs.
Even the best new recruits need training. Steve provides tools to train your new employees and get them started right!
It IS possible to find better employees in the cleaning and restoration industry. Follow these 7 tips to start the process today.
Increased sales can bring growing pains that have destroyed many small business contractors. Here is some help …
Your best tech just quit! Be able to hire great people immediately when the need arises with these 5 steps.
None of us enjoy adversarial situations and few conversations can be uglier than terminating an employee!
Turnover is par for the course in Carpet Cleaning and Restoration companies. However there really are good employee candidates out there. Steve offers some suggestions for finding (and holding on to) the best.
Nothing is more important to your financial future (and personal happiness) than finding stellar employees that “buy in” to your business vision.
So why not let both parties get to know each other before you “tie the knot” by offering full time employment? Here’s how to do this…
This “Initial Value Added Service Training” procedure gives you a step-by-step guide to pre-orient your employee on the hidden customer emotions confronting them on the job.