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‘OVER-Hire’ to Avoid Over-Reacting in Your Cleaning Business!

It’s like a ‘kick to the gut’ – you know the deal: You’re unbelievably busy and need the person you just hired and started to train to keep showing up – but they don’t. That’s right, the brand new person you trained for the last week or so – yep, the one who showed so much promise, has up and – quit. Ugh!. Now, you’re back to square one, right?!

Watch this fast paced video – ‘OVER-Hire’ to Avoid Over-Reacting in Your Cleaning Business! if it’s ever happened to you – because, in this episode Dan reveals an insider strategy that may be solve the problem once and for all – so you don’t have to feel THAT kind of ‘kick to the gut’ feeling ever again!!

Thanks for watching our video – ‘OVER- hire’ to Avoid OVER-Reacting in Your Cleaning Business!!’ but, don’t stop there -be sure to check out our video: Why YOUR Cleaning Business Should ‘Do the RIGHT Thing!’ where Dan reveals the principle as well as practical reasons why ‘doing the right thing’ even when it may cost your cleaning business a few dollars – is a good idea, especially if you plan on business for years not months!

You’ll watch a few, short minutes of video loaded with practical ideas, tips and strategies about what it really takes to flip a commercial cleaning or residential maid service business from painful to profitable. Want to Flip Yours?

4 Responses to “‘OVER-Hire’ to Avoid Over-Reacting in Your Cleaning Business!”

  1. Ryan says:

    Dan, thank you, great video and so true!

  2. DLiebrecht says:

    Thanks Ryan – glad you found the video valuable! Wishing you MUCH success in your cleaning business, Dan CleanGuru LLC

  3. Denise Mayo says:

    That really hit the nail on the head!! I too have a person that i hired a couple months ago to do just floor work, such as scrubbing with the auto scrubber 2000-3000 sq ft of vinyl flooring plus high speed floor buffing to another 1000-1500 sq ft all this work in one evening, (usually 2.5-3.0 hrs a night) 5 days a week. Well some times this person will call minutes before start time and say he won’t be in or will be late, or has to leave early. This goes on every week. I tell him that he needs to catch up on the floors that he missed the day before, or I come in and do his work. He seems to rush thru the work so he can leave early, I’ve looked at his work and it isn’t bad ,but i just don’t know if I should keep him. Once the weather gets better he may get worse who knows. What do you think i need to do Dan?

  4. CleanGuru says:

    Denise, you’re right, these kinds of situations can be frustrating. And, I’m sorry, but not knowing all the specifics about your company, the employee or your HR policies, I can’t give you as specific an answer as I’d like. But, I will say, that in employment situations, like the one you’ve described, we found it best when running our cleaning business to have clear, fair and well communicated HR practices and policies in place regarding such things as attendance, tardiness, late call offs, no call no shows etc – and which we made a point to fairly and consistently. Hope that helps, Dan, CleanGuru LLC

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