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The decline of the tradesman: Part 3 on motivation & money

The decline of the tradesman: Part 3 on motivation & money

The final business practice that must come under review is compensation As the workforce development issue continues to worsen, a plumbing company is going to be defined by the talent of their team A plumber shouldn’t be stuck making the decision between feeding his family and a fair price for his work

This article is part of a three part series that takes a hard look at some of the business practices that have overrun the trades, including plumbing contractors. For better or worse, economic depression and the franchise model have affected the business model itself. Your grandfather wouldn’t recognize how service companies are run today. As eroding consumer trust and near panic level recruitment concerns come to forefront, we have to wonder how well these “best practices

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