Is it my fault or something else? I've been trying to find employees for a part time position. The job averages $15 an hour and 20 hrs a week. Yet very few people respond back to the add. I have had two people quit the position in a month that were barely doing the job to begin with. I'm frustrated because it's not a hard job. Why is it so hard to get good employees when so many people need jobs?
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I guess I really didn't think of how hard it would be juggling 2 part time jobs. Thanks!
Funny you said that. My best employee is 63. He works for me and has a full time job. Always does great.
The job requires 18 and older only. I've tried advertising to college age and have had only minimal luck. Thanks
Blaming the situations on the fact that there are lazy people in the world is not a solution. I would be questioning why the OP has a hard time attracting the many good reliable workers that would jump through hoops for a job.
Nobody said it was a solution, but the problems are obvious. Something tells me you haven't got a clue...
Neither who quit did the job well. Didn't follow rules. The job is just driving to foreclosed properties and taking pictures of them. I post jobs to craigslist mostly. It's a foreclosed property inspector. No experience even required.
I actually know someone with a similar position. However, that sounds like a fantastic job. Try posting on different websites. Who looks at jobs on craigslist? College students and individuals who have a difficult time keeping with jobs.
To Peeples: Maybe that's the problem. You need to require them to have some experience so they will be more likely to take the job seriously. You have these people taking photo's of property, require them to have an interest/experience in photography