Hiring Questions

Episode 304: 4 Hiring Questions To Separate Good From The Great Pet Sitters


What if you knew the right questions to ask that would separate the good, from the great employees? Asking the right hiring questions when searching for employees can weed out ones who may not be the right fit for you or your business. But how do you know what questions to ask?

The hiring process shouldn’t be a stressful situation that ultimately leaves you empty-handed a few months down the road. You are spending your time and resources trying to find those great employees who will help you grow and scale your business.

This week I am speaking from my many years of expertise and giving you the four hiring questions to ask that will separate the good from the great employees you are looking to hire. What would it mean to you and your business if you found the right employees from the start, rather than wasting time training those who aren’t going to work out?

If hiring the hiring process has left you frustrated or starting over multiple times, this episode will help you head in the right direction.

Biggest Takeaways

  • 4:16 Did you ask the right questions? 
  • 6:38 What would they do in a sticky situation?
  • 8:47 The “drink test”
  • 9:57 What does this job mean to you? 
  • 12:20 How long can they predict their current availability 
  • 14:55 How much do they need to make a month?
  • 16:37 Free Avatar class
  • 9:08 Jazz HR 

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2 replies
  1. Roberta Behlmer (Bobbi)
    Roberta Behlmer (Bobbi) says:

    I just found you today and really appreciated your point of view in the pet business. I had been in the pet sitting business independently for years, but sadly stopped in 2019 for several reasons. It was a huge mistake and am working towards a restart. I am looking forward to listening to more of your podcasts.
    Thanks

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