Steve explains how “sharing the pain” (AND the profits) can hold your employees “accountable” while also helping them strive for perfection.
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Steve analyzes when a change in compensation may be indicated. Is salary or commission necessarily better? Which way should you lean?
It is YOUR money! So stop feeling guilty about asking for it. Steve shares a key technique to stay on top of your receivables!
A new carpet cleaning business is concerned that every customer will be off their rocker. See Steve’s reply …
Bullying contaminates your company culture, undermines the morale of your people, and weakens your competitive position!
Research indicates workplace bullying behaviors fall into four very broad categories, two of which are addressed this week.
We all want excited, motivated employees that are “invested” in the future of our business. The single best, cheapest and most effective motivational technique? Public Recognition! BUT money talks too!
A Memphis cleaner plays with his options of how not to get hung out to dry by his new technicians. Will it work? What else should he take into account? Steve weighs in.
Nothing is more important to your financial future (and personal happiness) than finding stellar employees that “buy in” to your business vision.
What is a “valid assignment of benefits” and how does it affect payment from the insurance compnay for my fire restoration work? We get you started.
Just how long does an insurance company have to pay a duly processed bill? And how can a restoration contractor prevent getting hung out to dry?
Here is one “much better than nothing” solution to those late night water losses where no one is available to sign a contract or written authorization. Read on to save a lot of money on future losses…
The property manager didn’t sign an authorization form for the emergency water damage work. Now what?
A Texas restoration contractor needs help on complying with the confusing medical documentation laws. Steve reaches out to the experts…
A San Diego contractor’s office manager sees trouble looming without signed authorizations for late night water losses. What can she do?