Loyal employees stay with you long-term based mostly on emotional factors.
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You got to pay your employees! Steve offers 4 ways to boost your income stream and stay busy regardless of season or market area ups and downs.
Money talks! But be sure to get maximum benefit from your cash rewards while motivating your employees on to greater achievements.
All compensation arrangements have pros and cons. Steve reviews the options for commercial and other business models to pay techs.
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.
Make it easy for your technicians to sell more on the job and you’ll make more money too. At the same time keep things transparent for everyone.
No quality person will build their career ONLY on high wages. And yes – you do need and want great employees.
How often is the company checkbook used as a piggy bank for the owner’s personal purchases (some of which can be pretty grand) that bring no value to either the company or its customers?
Use this weekly cleaning company finances report to get a snapshot of where you are and what is coming down the road.
Chuck Violand asks some uncomfortable questions about misplaced loyalty to marginal employees. It is time to reflect on your people…
Do you long for an employee who can “do it all”? Don’t be too hasty. Chuck reminds us that loading people up can backfire big time!
24 hour emergency call-outs are just part of the game in a cleaning and restoration business. So make like easy (and lucrative) for your employees…
A departing employee will tell you, “I’m leaving for more money”. But normally salary is just the excuse. So HOW can you keep your employees long term?
A Buffalo, NY owner-operator muses on how to fairly pay his first full-time employee. Steve shares some important Compensation Principles …