There are many traits that qualify being a GOOD employer. And you may think this is subjective, however studies show that the same desired traits of an employer are universal across the globe. We all really want the same things deep down – 1. To enjoy coming to work and 2. To be treated with respect.
Most of us are motivated by more than just money. Sure, it’s a plus, but if you’re looking for a career in the plumbing and HVAC field that not only delivers the monetary rewards you seek but you also value inspired leadership and being treated with respect (and you have a strong sense of accountability), Duell Plumbing, Heating and Cooling may be your next home. As a family owned and operated company for almost 34 years now, we pride ourselves on our quality work and our extensive experience, however we’d like to up the ante and be held accountable for what WE offer to the family that we call our coworkers.
Us employers are always talking about the skills and qualities that we want from our potential employees. We’re looking for someone with a killer work ethic, technical expertise, leadership potential, a sense of humor, great communication skills — it seems like the list could go on forever. But what about the qualities that job seekers should look for in potential employers? What is it that you should be asking us during an interview? How about:
What is the culture like at the DPHC office and out in the field?
What do we enjoy about working here at DPHC?
What does DPHC offer as far as training programs and a personal growth track?
What is the team atmosphere at DPHC?
What is the DPHC management style?
All very wonderful questions, the answers which should be carefully weighed by YOU to determine if you want to invest your future in US.
So remember, hold potential companies to the same high standards we’ve set for you – ask us why DPHC strives to be the best plumbing and HVAC company in the area – do this and you’ll assure that your next position is a perfect match, whether it’s with us or with someone else!
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Remember the difference between a boss and a leader: a boss says go – a leader says “Let’s go!”