When a worker “owns” their personally assigned PPE they will be much more likely to care for it and follow PPE procedures.
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Loyal employees stay with you long-term based mostly on emotional factors.
This book tackles the ever elusive subject of our motivation. What motivates people? How can an owner motivate his technicians to greater things?
Steve analyzes when a change in compensation may be indicated. Is salary or commission necessarily better? Which way should you lean?
Get your techs out in the field right away with two weeks training. Here’s how to implement it in your company …
The best time to create and build a new hire relationship? During and immediately after your hiring process! Here’s how …
A new hire will decide to quickly quit OR stay long term during their first two weeks on the job. Steve share how to boost new employee retention.
Few people are (initially) excited and proud to be hired as a cleaning and/or restoration technician.
Employees are a must for a full size business. How to keep them motivated? Employee recognition is more than just extra pay …
Create ways for your employees to earn more while increasing revenue for the company as well. A win-win for everyone!
NEVER do “Desperation Hiring”! Instead, find the very best people as an ongoing process. Here’s how to do it.
Even the best employee quits. What can you do? Start taking action now by looking down the road for development.
Develop a solid and consistent work routine that avoids carbon monoxide.
Frustrated with high labor overhead? If you have employees it is an issue that requires attention. Steve offers 4 recommendations to offset the costs.
Careful, calculated compensation plans can reward productive employees. Steve offers practical considerations for residential cleaners before diving in.