I often speak of the “three evils” of hiring a new employee—the selection process, training process and last, but not least, the responsibility and accountability process. Fundamentally, besides typical poor hiring decisions/promotions and a lack of concise training, the biggest flaw we notice in the hiring process is the failure of companies to develop goals and objectives.Gary Kuty
Hiring the right person to fill a position within your company is probably one of the toughest business decisions a building service contractor can make. Hiring the wrong person can be a costly mistake that can adversely affect your bottom line. This is especially true when hiring an operations manager or another management position.Lisa Kopochinski
As cleaning business owners and managers, we want to attract dependable, productive and motivated employees. But too often we waste time, money and energy hiring a “warm body” instead of figuring out how to use our own company’s magnetism to attract the right people.
With increasing frequency, clients are inviting me to meetings at which their legal team is present. These distributed workforce employers, often building service contractors, are facing a growing number of IRS audits and legal threats from class action lawsuits, unions, and the states.Jay Kalantar