No excuses, I slack off whenever it does slow down. I don't make the effort to create processes and training manuals.What steps are you (collectively you / your dad / brother) taking to ensure the proper training and ultimate success of your new hire?
So right now I am our landscaper, scheduler, mowing a day, mechanic, salesman, estimator, firefighter (as in putting out fires in the biz). We've been trying to find a shop\fleet manager and applicator. They either aren't out there or we can't afford to pay what they think they are worth (applicator). What I mean is, is a guy really worth $22 or more an hour that prior to May didn't know how to calibrate a sprayer, doesn't know the difference between Acelepryn and imidacloprid, or one who argues with me?
Anyways, how do you recommend starting? When I am too bizzie to even get the day to day stuff done that needs to be done?