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Finding and Keeping Good Employees. I are a HVAC tech. I am here about the job. I have my tools in the truck, when do I start?. Now What?. There is a way to find good, qualified techs. It’s a 4 step process. Step 1, Application. Have a formal, written application.

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I are a HVAC tech.

I am here about the job.

I have my tools in the truck, when do I start?

now what
Now What?
  • There is a way to find good, qualified techs.
  • It’s a 4 step process.
step 1 application
Step 1, Application
  • Have a formal, written application.
    • On it, you need to ask a few questions, like:
      • Previous employers.
      • Social Security Number.
      • Texas Drivers License Number.


You need to reference 3 other documents.

      • A position description listing specific details of the job.
      • The company’s Drug and Alcohol policy.
      • State of Texas Statutes on Background Checks.
and very important
And Very Important.
  • Ask on the last line of the application:
  • Do you have any physical limitations or restrictions from any source that will prevent you from doing this job without accommodations?
  • And require them to sign the form.
step 2 position description
Step 2, Position Description
  • Have a Position Description.
  • What does a Position Description do, you ask?
    • Education Requirements.
    • Physical Requirements.
    • Job Duties.
    • Legal Requirements:
      • State of Texas Criminal Background Check.
    • Company Requirements
    • Insurance Company Requirements:
      • MVR Check.
      • Previous Injuries Check.
      • Drug and Alcohol Check.
make sure you post the position description with the job
Make Sure You Post the Position Description with the Job.
  • Make sure the applicant reads the Position Description.
  • By referencing the Position Description in the application, you are assuring that the applicant can do what you need them to do without reservations.
  • It also assures that applicants with restrictions from Drs from previous injuries are aware of the requirements for this job.
step 3 drug and alcohol policy
Step 3, Drug and Alcohol Policy
  • Required by Federal Statutes for any/all Federal, State or Regional government contracts.
  • Required by all Workers Compensation carriers as a way to prevent workplace injuries and a way to deny injuries from employees who violate the policy by Texas Department of Insurance guidelines.
you want your company drug free
You Want Your Company Drug Free
  • Better work ethic.
  • Higher quality of work.
  • More efficient.
  • Less time missed.
  • Lower probability of accidents/injuries.
  • More profits.
  • Less lawsuits.
  • But mostly, it keeps your company qualified for gov’t contracts, which usually happen despite the economy.
step 4 job offer
Step 4, Job Offer
  • Once you have done your homework, make the PROSPECTIVE employee an offer of employment, contingent upon.
    • Successful Drug and Alcohol testing.
    • 30-60-90 day probation period.
    • Proven job skills.

And finally, remember, Texas is an “At Will” state, meaning an employee has a job at the will of the employer, as long as they meet job requirements.

other benefits of these policies
Other benefits of these policies
  • Less on and off the job injuries.
  • If an employee is injured, all employees are tested for Drugs and Alcohol post accident. The Position Descriptions are used by the Dr to determine Return to Work status, a good thing.
  • But most importantly in this day and this economy, your company runs better, meaning profits to keep running.
thank you
Thank You

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