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Creative Ways to Find New Employees

One of my favorite ways to find new talent for my company is to engage with customer service people I meet while out and about every day. This could be a stellar server at a local restaurant; a friendly, smiling, helpful cashier at the grocery or hardware store; an employee at a full-service gas station […]

2 Simple Ways To Attract & Retain Talent In A Post-COVID World

While we aren’t in a post-COVID world just yet, as I sit to write this in late December of 2020, there is some relief in sight with some approved vaccines. While the construction/restoration industry is different from desk jobs that went remote in March and likely remain so, there are some lessons we can take […]

Keywords For Restoration Candidate Searches

This blog is for candidates and contractors, alike! Candidates… if you’re looking to get noticed and get hits on your resume, these keywords are for you! Contractors… if you’re hiring for your restoration company, using these keywords while you search for candidates can cut your search time down considerably! When our recruiters sit down to […]

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5 Reasons To Hire Millennials

Millennials have long been classified as lazy, entitled, disloyal, self-centered, and a whole slew of other things. What if we told you that isn’t actually the case, and harnessing their positive traits and learning how to lead and nurture millennials could reap big rewards for your restoration company? According to a 2015 study by FMI, […]

Choosing The Right Recruiter For Your Construction Company

Recruiters an headhunters these days seem to be about a dime a dozen. However, they are not all created equal, nor offer the services and value to their clients. There are several criteria to consider when finding the right recruiting company, and recruiter, for your restoration or construction company. Fields Of Expertise Some recruiting companies […]

Emotional Intelligence: One of the Keys to a Healthy Company Culture, Part III

The first two articles in this four-part series on Emotional Intelligence (EQ) (part I, part 2) introduced the overall concept and explored the characteristics that are widely believed to make up what is termed “personal competence”—our ability to stay aware of our emotions and manage our behavior and tendencies. The last two installments will focus on […]

Emotional Intelligence: One of the Keys to a Healthy Company Culture, Part II

Part one in this four-part series provided an introduction to the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EQ), including identification of the four characteristics that are generally agreed to be at its core. The first characteristic, self-awareness—thoroughly understanding yourself and your effect on others—was reviewed. This included our personal strengths and weaknesses relative to our emotions, how they […]

Emotional Intelligence: One of the Keys to a Healthy Company Culture, Part I

It isn’t necessarily the smartest people who are the most successful or feel most fulfilled in life. You may know someone who is academically smart yet is socially inept and unsuccessful at work or in their personal relationships. Many believe that focusing on and learning to raise your Emotional Intelligence (EQ) can help you more […]

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Hiring Tips For Essential Businesses

At Wylander, we are working hard with many restoration contractors who are working harder than ever during the covronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic. Most states consider restoration companies “essential businesses” as they are offering cleaning and disinfection services to their communities, in addition to responding to fire and water damage incidents. This also brings a lot of questions […]

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Navigating Hiring in a Season of Unknowns

This is a very chaotic time, and just like you want your current team to feel safe and confident – it is important new hires feel the same!