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Train to Gain: Investing in Training Leads to Increased Profitability

An article recently written by Victoria Downing and published in Remodeling Magazine. Employee training is often neglected. But there’s a clear link between company profitability and business owners who invest in employee training. Remodelers don’t have to spend a lot to improve employee skills. Here are some resources. Industry publications: Have production team members subscribe.
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Living the Nightmare: Customer Service Reminders for Remodelers

An article recently written by Tim Faller and published in Remodeling Magazine. A few year ago I experienced firsthand what many clients dread: a poor-quality job and the company’s failure to respond to requests to fix it. A home improvement company completed a siding and gutter job for my parents, but water ran behind the
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To Grow, Get Good at Hiring

The following is an article by Doug Howard, that was recently posted in Remodeling Magazine.   The ability to successfully grow a company long-term is based largely on the ability of the owner to manage the critical resources of time, people and money. In this article, I’ll focus on the people, and specifically the first step:
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Party Trooper: Bring Your Team Together With Company Activities and Events.

The following is an article by Victoria Downing, that was recently posted in Remodeling Magazine. Party Trooper: Bring Your Team Together With Company Activities and Events Continuing the team-building tradition By Victoria Downing With everyone working so hard, many remodeling company owners feel there is no time, energy, or money for what they may perceive as
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Kinder, Gentler Remodeling Makes for a Better Work Atmosphere and Could Lead to Referrals.

The following is an article by Tim Faller that was recently published in Remodeling Magazine. Kinder, gentler remodeling makes for a better work atmosphere and could lead to referrals. By Tim Faller Common Courtesy “The problem with common courtesy is that it’s not too common.” Remember that old saying? It’s true on the roads and
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Important Entrepreneurship Lessons From a Fearless Mountain Climber

A recent Article published on AllBusiness.com One of the most captivating films I’ve ever seen just so happens to be a documentary. Free Solo is a National Geographic film that profiles Alex Honnold, a “free soloist,” on his quest to climb the 3,000-foot sheer granite face of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park—and I found
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