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Meet your BOD Officers Your Officers for 2019-20:
Craig Kersemeier, President Jim Clarke, VP of Operations Dick Wagner, VP of Membership Dick Wagner, VP of Chapter Dev. Kari Dybdahl, VP of Marketing Pat Jennings, Secretary Bill Giannone, Treasurer
We have also gained a new Board Member, Scott Tarpley of The Drying Team in Pulaski, TN! Welcome, Scott!
Welcome New Members!
Please join us in welcoming two new members to SCRT!
Harvey Cohen of Cohen Law Group in Maitland, FL! Harvey can be reached at 407-478-4878, www.itsaboutjustice.law or .
Brandon Tuttle of Chicago Water & Fire Restoration in Elmhurst, IL! Brandon can be reached at 630-829-9000, or www.chicagowaterandfire.com
Ready to take your company to the Next Level? Attend the Reets Drying Academy Next Level Training Event Aug 21-23, 2019 Click Here
Georgia Senate Bill 153
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp vetoed Senate Bill 153, which would have regulated the crime scene clean-up industry through the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI). Had the bill become law, companies performing crime scene clean-up in Georgia would have been required to register, carry proper insurance, and employ technicians that were background checked, fingerprinted, and drug screened. Read More
SW Ohio Chapter Summer Meeting Thurs, July 25th 11am-1pm Contact Jenny for more info 513-874-7478
The Real Cost When Good Employees Quit
It’s very distressing when good employees quit since your company has invested a lot in the employee in terms of training, attention, and commitment. Most of your outlay is not measurable which is why losing a good employee is a significant blow to your business.
When employees resign, you lose the working relationships that the employee has developed with their coworkers, their contact and interworking success with your customers and vendors, the knowledge the employee has accumulated about how to best accomplish work in your company, and the energy and dedication that the employee brought to the job.
You will invest additional untold hours (and dollars) in replacing the good employee when employees quit. An additional one dollar to their hourly rate only equates (read more)