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How Do I Know If I Am An Essential Business?
Facebook groups have been filled with questions of “is my business an essential business?” There is much debate, rightfully so because it isn’t always cut and dry. With the Feds basically saying that we all need to shut down until April 30th on top of the CARE Act going into effect on April 1st, there is a lot of changes happening to the landscape right now.
Posted: Sunday Sep 20, 2020
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applicants — Pet Sitting Business Coaching
Posted: (3 months ago) Update Your Dog Walking and Pet Sitting Job Description Wording. When you’re looking to fill a pet sitting position – and any position for that matter! – wording within your job description is crucial. Remember, looking for a job can be really tedious and depressing for people. It can be exhausting sifting through help wanted ads ...
Business Articles Archives — Pet Sitting Business Coaching
Posted: (18 days ago) They do a super job in the field, but that doesn’t always translate to the office. We also have to carefully consider if we want to take them away from the excellent job they are doing as a pet sitter/dog walker. Or, maybe they are doing such a great job in the field, and the office is a better work environment for them.
12 Places You Can Find Pet Sitting Applicants
Posted: (4 months ago) 5 – Vet Schools – Find out if there is a vet tech school, equine science, or vet school in your area. These students look for internships, and jobs to help support their schooling. Depending on their schedule, they might be able to work weekends, or mornings, or nights for you! Defiantly, overnights.
What Should I Do When I Get Unqualified Pet Sitting ...
Posted: (6 days ago) Make it sound like the best job in the WORLD! Your only job here is to get as many people as interested to contact you. YOU qualify them. Not some advertisement.I think that is where many pet sitting business owners miss the boat. They try to let their job description do the qualifying for them when in all honesty the most qualifications should be:
business Archives — Page 2 of 3 — Pet Sitting Business ...
Posted: (22 days ago) Heather is the CEO/Founder of Sweet Tea Social Marketing, Elizabethtown Family and the founder of Sweet Tea Social Marketing Academy. She is a social media speaker, strategist and trainer that specializes in helping Christian business owners and entrepreneurs, discover how to grow in today’s noisy social marketplace.
job posting — Pet Sitting Business Coaching
Posted: (6 months ago) An Engaging Pet Sitter Job Posting Is Just Like Marketing. When you’re creating your pet sitter job posting, it is very easy to fall into the trap of making it about yourself. You know, the endless list of “Musts.” Not only is this type of job posting daunting to a potential applicant, but it’s boring and it doesn’t stand out.
Podcast — 6/7 — Pet Sitting Business Coaching
Posted: (1 months ago) She is the founder of The Center for Pet Loss Grief and an international best selling and award-winning author and speaker. She holds a Master’s of Science degree in Wolf Ecology and Behavior and has run with wild wolves in Minnesota, coyotes in Massachusetts and foxes in her backyard.
July 2013 Archives — Pet Sitting Business Coaching
Posted: (5 months ago) I started to use Google Hangout more and more… so I thought I would give you all the resources to join a “hangout.” What Is A Hangout? A hangout is a broadcast.
Business Articles — 8/10 — Pet Sitting Business Coaching
Posted: (2 months ago) 5 – Vet Schools – Find out if there is a vet tech school, equine science, or vet school in your area. These students look for internships, and jobs to help support their schooling. Depending on their schedule, they might be able to work weekends, or mornings, or nights for you! Defiantly, overnights.
pet sitting — 3/3 — Pet Sitting Business Coaching
Posted: (3 months ago) The job of watching a pet while their parents are at work or out of town seems to be a job that anyone can do it. I have heard it all. Eight-year-old neighbor kids walking dogs, the person in between jobs, making some quick money to pay their electric bill by letting dogs come stay with her, and even some full blown businesses that have a bunch ...