Once you have taken our Employee Retention quizzes designed for cleaning business owners to see how their employee retention programs rate, and diagnose the ideal spots to make changes to up your score. You can take the quizzes here.
150 – 329 Points
Time to Knock Out Pants-on-Fire Management!
You are dedicated to your staff (or you would not have taken the time to take this quiz!), but overwhelm from trying to handle all elements of Employee Retention keeps you constantly putting out employee fires and never getting a chance to work on the plans you have in mind. Maybe you have tried to implement some solid programs, but without an all-inclusive plan one good element is overpowered by the other pieces sucking up all of the energy and resources. Don’t throw in the towel! You just need a complete fresh start. Save yourself a lot of time and seek help to get a complete fresh start. A completely different plan can yield much better results very quickly usually (within a couple of months); and you can watch your score improve.
330 – 629 Points
Shake-Up to Avoid Being Shaken-Down
You are throwing up some pretty good numbers, and your score is just a stone’s throw from the top scoring winners circle. It’s time to shake things up, to avoid a “shake-down” of profit leaks that occur when your Employee Retention score is lower than you would like. A turnover of an employee in a cleaning business usually cost a company about $750 per staff member, and that adds up when you mysteriously start having a revolving door. The solution is first examine where you should put your attention. You will notice that that are six quizzes, that each represent one of the six elements of your employee retention score. So, a good place to start is whatever quiz you received the lowest score on, and tackle that area first. Work on one element at a time and retest yourself to see your score go up.
630 – 750 Points
You Are an Employee Retention Rock Star!
You are an Employee Retention Rock Star! But then you probably know that because you are experiencing less pain in the area of employee retention than others. Great job!!! You have probably heard the phrase “cash is king”, and in this employment market quality employees are even better than cash! Don’t let your guard down, and continue to stay in touch with what your staff needs, and stay ahead of the game.