Episode 732 – Why Getting Out of Cleaning is the Best Gift You Could Give Yourself
A Lesson to Learn in How Nina Found Us
How Long it Takes to Get Out of Cleaning is Up to You
Plan for A,B,C,D and Z If You Want to Be Done Cleaning
The hiring process without systems in place can be so exhausting and ineffective it’s overwhelming to even think about hiring a new person. You’ll likely get 100 applicants, of which you’ll go through about 26 of them before you get totally overwhelmed. Of those 26, you might contact 15 and get a hold of about 6 of them. Maybe 4 of them show up after days of chasing them down. And at the end of it, if you don’t know what kind of employee you’re looking for in the first place, you’ll likely hire someone who is average and stops showing up after a few weeks. And then you’re back to square one. None of this is conducive to getting out of cleaning.
Instead, if you have real systems and processes in place including a clear idea of who you are trying to hire, you can hire much more effectively and with less headache. But even once that’s done, you have to have enough staff for when plan A, B, C, D and even Z don’t work out. That way, you’re never going to be the one required to clean when no one shows up, because you are going to have a plan for every possible fall through.
Focusing on Being the Best Cleaning Company Will Get Your Farther
Final Takeaway: Getting Out of Cleaning can feel hard and scary. It’s easy to make lots of excuses. But your company will thank you if you can make those courageous steps necessary to make it possible. And so will you.
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