Delegation, expansion in your contracting business

Delegation, expansion in your contracting business

Some obvious concerns become focal points for the owner who first sends out a proxy to his customers: How will the new guy treat my customer? How well will he do the work? Will he do a clean, complete job (or will we have a callback)? Will he bill out the right parts, labor, taxes, etc.? How is he treating my equipment and vehicle? Is he representing my company as I would?

At some point in your business you get to that place where you just can’t do it all. For most one or two man shops, this point is arrived at along with a great amount of angst, worry and self-doubt. Often the first thing delegated is the accounting and bookkeeping.

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