Where to Find Talent for Next Year’s Busy Season Pt. 2
The contracting industry’s busiest sales season, summer, is closer than you might think. To maximize your profits during this crucial period, it’s imperative to start the preparation process early. One key aspect of this preparation is ensuring that your team is not only ready but also equipped to excel, even if some of them are brand new to the job.
This week, Drew Cameron is here to guide you through this essential journey. His presentation emphasizes the importance of onboarding new talent well in advance of the busy season. Here’s why this strategy can be a game-changer for your contracting business:
Starting the onboarding process early allows you to build a strong foundation with your new team members. They have the time to acclimate to your company culture, values, and expectations. By the time summer rolls around, they’ll be well-versed in your processes and procedures.
New hires often take some time to get up to speed. By bringing them on board early, you can ensure that they are fully productive when the busy season hits. They won’t just be learning the ropes; they’ll be actively contributing to your company’s success.
Summer is the season when contracting businesses typically experience a surge in demand. By having a well-prepared team in place, you can take full advantage of this busy period. You won’t miss out on potential revenue due to a lack of skilled workers.
An early start to onboarding helps alleviate the stress that often comes with the rush of the summer season. You’ll have peace of mind knowing that your team is ready to handle the increased workload, leaving you to focus on growth and customer satisfaction.
Don’t wait until the last minute to prepare for the busiest sales season in contracting. Start the process now, with a strong focus on onboarding new talent. By doing so, you’ll not only ensure a smooth and profitable summer but also set your business up for long-term success. Drew Cameron’s insights are a valuable resource as you embark on this journey of early preparation.