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Why You Need an Open Line of Communication in Your Business

By James Randol from RPM Improvement Outdoor Services, LLC

If you're thinking of taking on employees for your lawn care or landscaping business, or you already have employees, this video is for you.

It's something I've learned over the years, first as an employee myself, and then as someone who owns a business with employees - and that's the importance of an open line of communication in your business.

Let's face it, guys - we're not mind readers, and neither are our employees. So keeping an open line of communication, both ways can help in a bunch of areas:

  • Updates about the schedule for that day/week

  • Reminders of processes, and how your business does things

  • Checklist for weekly tasks, and what's involved

Now, you don't have to do this every day, but if you make it a regular occurrence, it avoids confusion and ensures your team knows how you do things, and what's expected as part of their jobs.

I hope this video helps, guys, and let me know how you ensure your team is always up-to-date, and how you share your company's message.

James Randol
RPM Improvement Outdoor Services, LLC
UAG Member 2019
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