Hire, Train, Retain, Repeat: Tips for Finding and Keeping Employees
Not since 1969 have so few people been unemployed in the United States. Evidence of a strong economy, but that doesn’t mean franchisees can relax. On the contrary, today’s record low unemployment rate means they must work harder than ever to hire and keep the kind of employees whose work sustains a successful business.
“It’s the hot topic of the day,” says PuroClean franchisee Keegan Trudgen. “We’re at full employment and everyone is looking for qualified workers.” Add in the high turnover typical of certain industries (think restaurants), and that makes good solutions for effective hiring, training, and retention essential.