Photo credit: breakermaximus/iStock / Getty Images Plus via Getty Images. Lisa Lavender, M.T.R., M.F.S.R., M.W.R. “To the man who only has a hammer, everything he encounters begins to look like a nail.” –Abraham Maslow As trainers, this quote is very powerful as it speaks to our skills, abilities, processes, technology, tools, equipment and supplies. It reminds us that we must constantly be evaluating new developments and offerings that are evolving at a rapid pace so that
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Keeping detailed records and saving documents are important aspects of any restoration project. From time punches to receipts, there are many different papers that need to be saved and stored in order to make sure no detail is missed when you are working on someone else’s home. PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) conducted a study that found that an average of 7.5% of paper documents get lost and around 3% get misfiled, which could result in lost revenue
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Photo courtesy: Restoration Technical Institute Lisa Lavender, M.T.R., M.F.S.R., M.W.R. In many cases, when leaders notice dysfunction, something goes wrong or someone does not meet an expectation, it is necessary to resist the blame game and begin by “rolling it uphill.” The objective is to bring about improvement and/or desired results. We may have all been guilty, at one time or another, of proclaiming: “They just don’t care!” “They don’t know what they are doing!”
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Time really is of the essence when it comes to restoration projects. Any good restoration company knows that the quicker restoration can begin, the less damage will occur. They also understand that the smoother the process goes, the faster it is completed which means the happier the customer is in the end. Time is the most important thing to have on your side when dealing with restoration, whether from water, fire, mold, or any other
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Lisa Lavender, M.T.R., M.F.S.R., M.W.R. “Every problem is an opportunity in disguise.” ― John Adams Today, the hiring challenge is consistently one of the biggest strains on everyone in the industry. There is no crystal ball as to how long this challenge will exist in both the short and long term. As we continue to try everything to overcome the hiring challenges and labor shortage, we must carefully balance our focus and resources on other areas that
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Photo credit: breakermaximus/iStock / Getty Images Plus via Getty Images. Lisa Lavender, M.T.R., M.F.S.R., M.W.R. “To the man who only has a hammer, everything he encounters begins to look like a nail.” –Abraham Maslow As trainers, this quote is very powerful as it speaks to our skills, abilities, processes, technology, tools, equipment and supplies. It reminds us that we must constantly be evaluating new developments and offerings that are evolving at a rapid pace so that
Equipment Management, Industry Tips, restoration business management   ,
restoration project management software, restoration management system, restoration management software
Keeping detailed records and saving documents are important aspects of any restoration project. From time punches to receipts, there are many different papers that need to be saved and stored in order to make sure no detail is missed when you are working on someone else’s home. PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) conducted a study that found that an average of 7.5% of paper documents get lost and around 3% get misfiled, which could result in lost revenue
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Photo courtesy: Restoration Technical Institute Lisa Lavender, M.T.R., M.F.S.R., M.W.R. In many cases, when leaders notice dysfunction, something goes wrong or someone does not meet an expectation, it is necessary to resist the blame game and begin by “rolling it uphill.” The objective is to bring about improvement and/or desired results. We may have all been guilty, at one time or another, of proclaiming: “They just don’t care!” “They don’t know what they are doing!”
Uncategorized   , ,
restoration management system, restoration management software, restoration software
Time really is of the essence when it comes to restoration projects. Any good restoration company knows that the quicker restoration can begin, the less damage will occur. They also understand that the smoother the process goes, the faster it is completed which means the happier the customer is in the end. Time is the most important thing to have on your side when dealing with restoration, whether from water, fire, mold, or any other
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Lisa Lavender, M.T.R., M.F.S.R., M.W.R. “Every problem is an opportunity in disguise.” ― John Adams Today, the hiring challenge is consistently one of the biggest strains on everyone in the industry. There is no crystal ball as to how long this challenge will exist in both the short and long term. As we continue to try everything to overcome the hiring challenges and labor shortage, we must carefully balance our focus and resources on other areas that
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