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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.
Ready to hire your first employee? Or maybe due to expansion you are eying the possibility of hiring more. Steve highlights the benefits of using part-time help.
Chuck talks about two struggles: Employee “pushing versus pulling” and how to resolve the eternal “short term versus long term” financial issues. Read on…
Tweak how you hand over your business card and you will make your prospect feel “extra special”. (And this is always a good thing!)
You’ve invested a lot finding, interviewing and hiring a new employee. Now help them to feel like part of your family….
Chuck winds up his series on “Swarm Management” by reminding us that generosity can doom your company. Instead, practice “tough love” by hiring based on the tasks ahead.
As a company grows, it’s easy to lose control. If you aren’t careful the company morphs into a creature that nobody recognizes and is neither efficient nor a fun place to work at!
A Texas restoration contractor needs help on complying with the confusing medical documentation laws. Steve reaches out to the experts…
Regardless if you are speaking to senior managers, secretaries, technicians, or sales reps, they all need these 3 common elements when we ask them to do something new.
Chuck addresses a few of the underlying causes of the “bottleneck” between what we ask for AND what actually gets done in our companies.