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Nov 29, 2018
posted by: McCall's Supply, Inc.
Three Essential Steps to Hiring a Qualified HVAC Team
Are you trying to figure out how to improve your HVAC business? Hiring the right team is the place to start.
If you want to know how to improve your HVAC business, look no further than your employees. Your technicians can make or break your business. Following are some steps to hiring a qualified HVAC team that will make your company successful long-term.
Look for the Right HVAC Team Traits
Your HVAC technicians need more than training and experience. They also need the right traits to be successful. These include:• Good communication skills • Good etiquette • Self-discipline • A strong work ethic • Good team working skills
You can always teach technicians the right practical skills if they have the traits mentioned above.
Ask for Referrals from Your Current HVAC Team
Your current HVAC team can be invaluable in helping you find new team members. Ask your current employees if they know of other good potential technicians. Referrals help you learn about an employee before hiring him or her. Asking for referrals can also help you find great workers you may not have found otherwise.
Don’t be Afraid of Hiring Newbies and Offering Training
You may not be able to hire a fully qualified HVAC team right away. That’s OK. Many companies have found that offering on the job training solves the qualification problem quite easily. Be willing to train your new employees to meet your specific needs. At the same time, offer a great job environment they will love. As you do, you’ll gain a valuable HVAC team that is hard to beat.
Do you need more help in learning how to improve your HVAC business? McCall’s Supply Inc. offers training programs and other great benefits to all its dealers. We also help you advertise and market your business so experienced HVAC technicians and customers alike can get to know you. Contact us to learn how to hire the right team and improve your HVAC business.