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When a worker “owns” their personally assigned PPE they will be much more likely to care for it and follow PPE procedures.
Steve explains how “sharing the pain” (AND the profits) can hold your employees “accountable” while also helping them strive for perfection.
Few people are (initially) excited and proud to be hired as a cleaning and/or restoration technician.
Steve explains how to leverage your employee rewards for excellent marketing opportunities.
Money talks! But be sure to get maximum benefit from your cash rewards while motivating your employees on to greater achievements.
This Personal Tool and Equipment (PTE) List gives each on-location tech their very own tool box and makes them accountable.
Positive Accountability implies recognizing and celebrating the positive achievements your technicians make. Steve gives three examples.
Employees apply for a job because they need a paycheck. Motivate employees to stay and prosper for these reasons.
Create ways for your employees to earn more while increasing revenue for the company as well. A win-win for everyone!
Careful, calculated compensation plans can reward productive employees. Steve offers practical considerations for residential cleaners before diving in.
Your client is on the verge of giving you a firm “NO”. Steve’s suggestion … postpone that final decision until later.
How can you make it simple for your techs to influence how the customer FEELS about them? Here’s one simple, powerful tip.
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!
Equipment breaks down. Its part of production and nature of our industry. It’s OK. But continously sending damaged equipment back into the field is NOT ok. Here’s how to break the cycle…