Having your own tools is a prerequisite of employment with me. If you are skilled, experienced, but empty-handed, there is a very good reason for that other than "bad luck".How do you manage it?
Take responsibility for this outcome. Improve your hiring process and eliminate about 90% of that. What kind of numbers are you putting on at once?dealing with new guys whom I know little about.
Generally one or more of the following applies.
-overvalued mindset $$
-drama (wife, baby momma, kids)
-too many scheduling conflicts
I still prefer just to talk to a guy. One can garner a great deal of information from simple conversation.Take responsibility for this outcome. Improve your hiring process and eliminate about 90% of that. What kind of numbers are you putting on at once?
It would help if you would give more info. If you need ten new criminals to help you dig ditches then lock your zhit up and hire an armed guard. If you are talking about one new guy a month that's a different approach.
How about some details.
Me and Griz are coming from opposite directions because you have not explained how you currently are finding help, what your hiring process is and what kind of environment and supervision there is on your worksites and what precautions you take to protect your assets
There are young contractors on here that have not even learned to qualify a customer properly.No paper work. Highly unusual. Some people have that gift. He could read people
Uh huh. Don't believe everything you hear especially from someone talking about themselves and their highly unusual skills and delusions of grandeur. The mere mortals are calling bull****. Statements like that are not verifiable and sound like legends told in a bar.never got burnt by any loan he approved