You may be thinking, of course! But, when you add other personalities to the mix of your business, you need reevaluate your business system model and the financial and emotional burdens new employees create. Below is a list of considerations that demand your serious thought and the counsel of other seasoned hood cleaning business owners, a CPA and or the Small Business Administration.
- Can I afford to "lose" money temporarily as I accommodate the equipment, training, and legal expenses needed to add other hood cleaners to my business?
- What are going to be my "start-up" and "on-going" expenses for hiring a new hood cleaner? Take into consideration, equipment, training, insurances (workman's compensation, business liability, etc.), adding payroll to your accounting needs (including paying social security, etc.), and more.
- Is my business office and accounting system organized enough to accommodate more input and processing of clients and job scheduling?
- Do I have a written policy manual of my business so that expectations for new hood cleaners can be uniformly presented?
- Do I have an orientation plan for how I will train new hood cleaners to fit into my business?
- Do I have a clear plan for how I will evaluate, monitor, foster communication, and create accountability for new hood cleaners?
- Can I handle placing my reputation in the hands of someone else to represent me to others?
If you decide to grow your business with added hood cleaners, EHoodCleaner can provide you with the logistical and virtual organizational structure you need to manage job scheduling and client billing for multiple hood cleaners. It can also be used by the one-man operation to streamline and organize his office tasks so that if he decides to grow his business, he can do so in a more organized fashion.
Check out EHoodCleaner's great features that make it the perfect office platform for the multiple hood cleaner organization.