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I work for a company in California but we deal with properties across the western US. We have having difficulties with recruiting. We have tried everything we can think of and we just aren't getting our packets back. I was hoping you guys can give me some advice on what I could be doing wrong. I would love some feedback!

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Feel free to upload your pricing sheet and I think members will be more than happy to give you some answers on your recruiting issues.

Since this is your first post, you are more than welcome to post an introduction as well.
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I haven't seen your price list or terms so I'm going to guess because you asked me to.

Scenario 1: Your clients suck and pay crap so you have to pay crap when trying to sub it out.

Scenario 2: You are greedy and pay crap even though you have good clients and could pay more to your subs.

Scenario 3: You don't understand what it truly takes to run a business and your pay is crap so people can't afford to work for you.

Scenario 4: Your payment terms are crap and you are expecting all your subs to finance your operation while they go broke.

Scenario 5: A combination of the previous 4.

Welcome to forum. You're going to need some thick skin to make it around here. By the way, where is Holland? he should have some fun with this one......



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Thank you! Will do!
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This should be interesting.
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I work for a company in California but we deal with properties across the western US. We have having difficulties with recruiting. We have tried everything we can think of and we just aren't getting our packets back. I was hoping you guys can give me some advice on what I could be doing wrong. I would love some feedback!

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Ive had great luck advertizing under the Classified section than in the general discussion section.

And also putting up a basic price list will weed out undesirables..

Plus i use LinkedIn and Indeed, but Ive had my best luck here, it would seem that the real pros and keepers hang out here..
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Ive had great luck advertizing under the Classified section than in the general discussion section.

And also putting up a basic price list will weed out undesirables..

Plus i use LinkedIn and Indeed, but Ive had my best luck here, it would seem that the real pros and keepers hang out here..
Zuse,

The mods have discussed "help wanted" in detail. Advertising for subs isn't allowed for most of the people who try it. Your posts are allowed as you have a significant post count AND participate. The "one and done" get deleted frequently and told to head back to Craigslist.........



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Zuse,

The mods have discussed "help wanted" in detail. Advertising for subs isn't allowed for most of the people who try it. Your posts are allowed as you have a significant post count AND participate. The "one and done" get deleted frequently and told to head back to Craigslist.........


Well thanks Brad, that was vary kind of you.. and yes Ive hired 4 people off this site and they are still with me, and doing vary well for themselves.

I love the way this site is managed and the peeps that hand out here.

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i work for a company in california but we deal with properties across the western us. We have having difficulties with recruiting. We have tried everything we can think of and we just aren't getting our packets back. I was hoping you guys can give me some advice on what i could be doing wrong. I would love some feedback!

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post a price sheet and im sure you will get quit a response.......not sure if you will like it or not but hey, from the sounds of it you dont have much to lose
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HI

how long does it take to post a pricelist
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