When it comes to training employees, the results are directly affected by the manager’s hiring, participation and planning decisions.
Saving the bottom line
Employees who are inadequately trained are at risk of quitting. On average, it costs one-third of a new hire’s annual salary to replace him or her.
Fairness and respect for all
Regardless of how you communicate with crew members, always be calm and professional.
Experts recommend formal meeting with crew members at least once a month to support training programs.
Hiring the right way
Hiring high-energy and physically able candidates is important to achieve carwash tasks.
Win, win, win
Employees who are satisfied with their own personal development work harder and are loyal, benefitting workers, owners and customers.