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How to Recruit and Retain Good People in Pest Control

Jun 11, 2024
1 min read
How to Recruit and Retain Good People in Pest Control
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Episode Overview

If you’re not making an addition to your team right now, that opportunity to strengthen your workforce will arise soon enough. Before it does, don’t miss out on the expertise that Ryan Englin, the CEO of Core Matters, offers in the newest episode of FieldRoutes’ Pest in Class podcast with Amanda Salvatore.

"I believe we have a labor crisis," Englin says. "I do not believe we have a labor shortage. There are a lot of people that want these jobs."

The key, he explains, is in finding them, in getting the right message in front of the right prospects. 

Listen to the discussion between Englin and Salvatore to get more insight and strategy, including:

  • [04:35] Why recruitment is a marketing activity

  • [09:06] How to hire the right people

  • [19:00] How to ask for what you need and showcase what you can offer

  • [39:54] Best practices for employee retention

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About the Show

The Pest In Class podcast from FieldRoutes is your destination for hearing insight, inspiration, and stories from fellow pest control industry leaders and entrepreneurs. Pest In Class host Amanda Salvatore will interview a new leader each episode as FieldRoutes celebrates the success of its customers while delivering software solutions to help them along their growth journey.

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