Pet Sitting Employee Manual

Sometimes, you just need a little JUMP start to get you going…. below, is the outline of a “rough” pet sitting employee manual. It in no way encompasses everything you need, but it will get you writing and enable you to understand a little more about what you need to start thinking about including. Here is a table of contents.

Mission:

Background:

QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS:

OPEN DOOR POLICY
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

NEW HIRE PERIOD

PROOF OF US CITIZENSHIP AND/OR ELIGIBILITY TO WORK

DRUG, ALCOHOL, AND SMOKE FREE WORKPLACE

WRITTEN WARNING
GIVING NOTICE

Work Guidelines:

UNIFORM

SUGGESTED MATERIALS

TIPS

BONUS

GAS & MILEAGE

COMPLIMENTARY CONSULTATIONS
VISITORS

CHEWING GUM & EATING

CLIENT INFORMATION SYSTEM

SCHEDULES
EMERGENCIES
KEY REQUESTS

REQUESTING TIME OFF

SECURITY

ATTENDANCE

OVERNIGHTS
HOME SECURITY

PAGERS, CELL PHONES, CAMERAS

PARKING

THEFT
CALL IN’S

TRAINING

NON-COMPETE

HOLIDAYS

CLIENT CANCELLATIONS

EMERGENCIES WITH PETS

Do’s and Don’ts

Steps for Complimentary Consultation Meetings:

CONSULTATION FACTOIDS
Our Beliefs:
Check-List – When entering Clients Home
PREPARING FOR THE DAY –
1.) CARE NOTES

LAST VISIT:

Overnights:
CHECKING IN:
PAYROLL
SIGN

This is a brief overview of a pet sitting employee manual. It is in no way legal advice. If you find yourself at this point in your business. JUMP Consulting has LOTS of experience in creating and guiding pet sitting business owners on the employee model. Just fill out the form on the Work With Me tab for your FREE 20 minute consultation today!

If you are serious about getting Employees, I have also created an entire system (the only of its kind in the industry!) to walk you through everything you need to know from A to Z. Check out what’s included in it here

Employee Quick Start

5 replies
  1. Shelley Mueller
    Shelley Mueller says:

    Thanks for taking the time to talk to me today. Your consulting business looks awesome just like your pet sitting bus. Where do I start? Financially I have to be conservative, but one step at a time. Thanks again, Shelley

    Reply
    • Danielle
      Danielle says:

      Where to start?

      Start with a PLAN that is specific to YOUR NEEDS.

      Where do you want to be this time next year? How much are you working? How much do you want to make? Do you have staff? and then work backwards. You should consider working with ME and I can for sure help guide you and get you there. Shoot me the email we were talking about, ok?

      One thing is for sure – what you are doing TODAY isn’t going to get you where you want to go. (I don’t mean to sound mean) Things need to change. Change feels weird at first, but WILL get you where you WANT to be. 🙂 With proper guidance and goal planning this can happen. I am proof and have seen it happen again and again with my clients. (In fact, you can talk to some if you would like?)

      It was a pleasure to speak with you!

      Reply

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