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You’re hiring all wrong

Perhaps the best way to do it is hiring for attitude and aptitude and training people before they develop bad habits If you're running an ad on Craigslist or similar, you're setting yourself up for failure Creating a culture on purpose forces a contractor to know himself and to define his company

I’m sure that either you or another contractor you know in town has said that there’s no good help available. There are contractors out there who are finding plenty of good help by not recruiting and hiring the same way as most other contractors.

Perhaps the best way to do it is hiring for attitude and aptitude and training people before they develop bad habits. You have to be willing to make the investment in training. Some contractors spend a lot of money sending new s

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