How to Create the ‘Perfect Tech’ [Video]


What is a perfect technician to one company may not be the same for another, but in this episode of Take 5 with Cleanfax, Mark Saiger, owner of Saiger’s Steam Clean in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, describes the customer service angle that he expects his technicians to focus on, and how that can help build a company into a success story.


Over the years he has perfected the art of how to spot a good employee prospect and then build that prospect into “The Perfect Tech” that every company wants. For company leaders, the ability to spot great team members from the start is well worth the five minutes it takes to view this engaging video.


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