The issue of staff, training, and talented personnel in the glass industry is extremely acute. We at glass repair Gilbert have already learnt that getting the best of the best to work in glass manufacturing and services is extremely problematic. As always, talents are rare. As always, people want to get more for their work. However, getting the right people to work in the right place in glazing is also a matter of safety and compliance: you need to think twice before you choose the best glass supplier and you have to think twice before you hire even the most talented worker.
Imagine the situation: you are looking for a perfect, experienced, talented, skilled and trained glazier and, suddenly, someone named John comes to your office. He walks through your office, sits down at the empty computer, and suddenly creates an image of a future glass house – a project you could only dream of! No doubts, John is hired immediately. You boast at home and at work that John is the best you have ever hired to work in your company until, in the middle of the day, John is arrested right in the office for a series of offenses he had committed before you hired him.
You just stand still and puzzled, trying to understand where exactly you have failed. You have lost your business reputation and any attempt to restore your decent image will, probably, be futile. You have checked his resume, you have talked to him – everything was fine! That’s the point many in the glass industry often omit: the importance of making a background check can hardly be overstated!
We at glass repair Gilbert suggest that, in an industry as competitive as glass manufacturing and glazing services, no one can be fully secured from business failures. Everything is in our hands and we are fully responsible for everything that happens to us. Why not check your employees’ background, which is absolutely legal and ethical? This seems to be the only way to protect ourselves from crime in glazing business.