Every two or three months, I interview a brand new Heating, Ventilation plus A/C employee to work in our firm; Last time I hired employees, they didn’t turn out too well, and i hired 2 friends at the same time, plus all they did was throw a big fit about needing to be working on the weekends.
They always had a big problem with repairs plus replacements, plus I ended up having to fire both of the employees. I l gained a pretty great lesson, plus I didn’t make the same mistake this time around! I hired one employee instead of 2, plus I carefully watched the employee while I was in the entire training process. I periodically made calls to our clients, to ask questions about the employee’s attitude, know-how, along with customer service but my last employee was William. I hired William right after he finished Heating, Ventilation and A/C certification courses. It took my new employee a little bit of time, before he could make repairs separate from any assistance. That is normal for a modern graduate. I have a few high level specialists that instructor our young recruits. After the first few solo tasks, I contacted the patron for feedback. The first time that William completed an Heating, Ventilation plus A/C replacement job, I was nice enough to make a house call to double-check the quality, but since the Heating, Ventilation plus A/C replacement task was the first for William, I expected to find at least one error. I was extremely impressed to find a decent level craftsmanship plus attention to detail. I think William is going to be a great Heating, Ventilation and A/C employee, plus I hope he will make a home within our supplier. There is room in this supplier for growth and even better work, if he works his butt off and keeps on learning.
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