MY MISSION Hello. I'm Scott. And, my mission is to help you save money and grow your business. I can achievethese goals by providing you with business development writing and training services. Training based on real life experiences, not just rules and regulations.
Real life experiences make concept easier to understand.
Programs are interactive.
For writing services, just click the WRITING SERVICES button on this page. Otherwise, let's drop on down to the TRAINING OVERVIEW section.
The American Society for Training and Development found companies that invested in training realized a higher gross profit. As an example, the founders of H & R Block credit training for making their company a success. They found their employees performed better when properly trained. Training programs were also a key element in Jiffy Lube's growth. Do you want to achieve the same type of success? You can. And, I can help. I provide on or off site security officer, business development, forklift and safety training. I offer several business related workshops as well.
Training also reduces employee mistakes and accident rates. Fewer mistakes and accidents translates directly into cost savings:
Lower operating costs.
Lower insurance rates.
Reduced down time on equipment and personnel.
Fewer disruptions to company operations due to accidents.
Reduced likelihood of a civil suit resulting from a mistake or accident.
Are these the type of cost savings you want to achieve? If so, take the first step. Call me so we can get started on your training programs.
WHAT I CAN DO FOR YOU
I will work with you to set up or upgrade your training programs. How? First, we will sit down to review your goals and problems you face reaching those goals. We will then map out a strategy for success.
I also bring fifteen years experience as a part time training instructor to the table. During this time, I found accidents and mistakes were the result of employees not having a clear understanding of their job functions. Have you noticed the same thing?
What caused these mistakes?
No job descriptions.
Poorly written or confusing training material.
Procedures passed on by word of mouth.
OSHA requires employers, large or small, to address training. Numerous companies failed to follow this mandate and were fined. These fines ran as high as $100,000. I created training programs for other companies to address these issues. Maybe I can help you with your training programs.
While were on the subject of training programs, you might want to view some of the courses I already offer. One might be right for your organization. Just click on the "COURSE SYNOPSIS" button located on this page for more information.
New Hire Orientation Emergency Response Training Warehousing Security Guard Training Forklift Operations Safety Training Coping with workplace violence Customer returns dilemma
The $14 million day laborer Is this person really an independent contractor
The $14 million day laborer
Do you occasionally hire day laborers or other types of contract workers for short term projects? These projects could involve security, maintenance, tire service or just general labor. Outsourcing these functions can be cost effective. But, it might cost you a fortune in legal fees and court awards as well. A day laborer has already cost one business in Nevada $14 million. Pretty expensive labor rate don't you think?
Another company was fined $100,000 for not providing training to a day laborer. Are you responsible for training your temporary employees? If you don't know the answer to this question, you should consider sponsoring my workshop.
The hour long presentation is designed for business owners, supervisors and managers. During the session, I discuss pertinent court rulings. We will also cover OSHA, MSHA and Department of Labor cases that directly apply to training of day laborers. I will then suggest ways you can avoid these expensive legal problems.
For more information on this and other workshop offered through SPCFreelance just click on the "Course Synopsis" button. It's easy to do. Or, you can click on the email box at the top of the page to send me your questions.