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Discussion in 'Franchising' started by Michael J. Donovan, Sep 28, 2017.
i use yardbook for all estimates and invoices
i have to leave now
Eric, allocate the same level of resources to acquire employees as you do customers. The best source of new employees is referrals from your existing employees. Be sure you are a great place to work. There are plenty of employees out there, why aren't they working for you?
Thank you very much, great advice.
keeping with some of the questions, comments and themes for this round of Ask the Expert, I wanted some to weigh in on this
How much value do you place on yourself as the owner? Would the business be able to continue in your absence or does the business need you in order to survive?
Hi all, I just wanted to post a quick time check. We are approaching the last 10 minutes of the Ask the Expert event. Please get your final questions in.
Help what if employees don't show and I have no backup?
Money, passion, freedom - these maybe reasons you started your landscape business. Perhaps now you're finding that the financial rewards you had envisioned aren't happening. Equally discouraging, you have little time for anything but work. What to do? It's your call.
Make a change. Invest in yourself and invest in your business. This is a great industry! If you need a road map to improve your life, we are here to help. Visit us at www.uslawnsfranchise.com or contact us at 407-867-3529.
Thanks to all who participated!
We’ve reached the end of the Ask the Expert event. I wanted to thank everyone who joined today, Ken Hutcheson for providing his insight and advice again, and U.S. Lawns for sponsoring this event. This thread will be closed for further commenting but will remain archived in the Franchising forum for future reference.
Randaz, tough question. Can't fix it today, but you can prepare for tomorrow. 2 part-timers might be better than one full-timer.