10. Managing House Cleaning Employees and Workers
Once you make the decision to hire workers, you will need to manage them to do the work to your specifications. Your job as an employer will be to implement policies and procedures your workers can follow to successfully perform the work and maintain customer relations with your clients.
Before you get started, this report will provide you with the information you need to establish the correct procedures for your independent contractors and for your employees. Knowing this difference could save you time and money down the road.
Having a signed agreement with contractors does not prevent them from being re-classified as employees by a government agency. You will discover the difference and learn what you can do to stay within the guidelines for your business.
Inside this 24-Page Report:
- Employees versus Independent Contractors
- Questions That Identify Your Workers as Employees
- How to Legally Use Independent Contractors and Control Quality
- Performance Reviews and How to Manage Them
- How and When to Legally Fire an Employee
- Using Automobiles and Managing Drivers
- Preventing Theft and Managing Damages in the Home
- Three Methods to Pay Employees
- Using Benefits to Keep Your Workers
- How to Reduce and Avoid Insurance Claims
- Using Rewards to Motivate Your Workers
- Successfully Handle Employee Issues and Complaints
- A Paycheck is Only One of the Reasons Employees Come to Work
You Also Receive These Forms:
- Employee Performance Review
- Employee Time Record
- Employee Pay Record
- Employee Handbook (Template)