• Reduce labor to match revenue or the pounds you are currently producing – Reduction of labor hours is a balancing act especially with the new unemployment rules that are

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During this difficult time, we all must think outside of the box to generate revenue while also helping our customers.   So, what will customers be caring about and what activities

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What should independent laundries be doing right now to prepare for when our country open backs up for business?  The answer may surprise you.  What do you think the strategy

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As our industry approaches uncertain times, huge drops in revenue in some sectors (Food & Beverage), many of our prospects are just not willing to take appointments or make decisions. 

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Do the 5- Use Universal Precautions – this means treat everything as it may be infected  If possible, do not shake dirty laundry. This will minimize the possibility of dispersing

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We must be forward thinking and understand that we will face heavy garment returns from terminated wearers due to employment issues.• If possible, and if it makes sense, put a

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Article submitted by Dana Horne, MBA  Director of Client Engagement, Performance Matters I constantly hear people complain about turnover everywhere I go, not just in our industry. At first, I

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There are certain traditions in our business that have the capacity for effecting great change, but often fail to live up to expectations. Perhaps none of these has quite the

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  Managing people is always challenging. It takes a lot of time and great effort to not only motivate your employees but also to evaluate if something is holding them

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