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Restoration Technical Institute Partner’s with ISSA’s Cleaning Management Institute on Online Training & Education

Reading, PA, Restoration Technical institute is pleased to announce our new strategic partnership in education.  ISSA’s Cleaning Management Institute Partners with Restoration Technical Institute on Online Training & Education NORTHBROOK, Ill.—May 5, 2020—ISSA, the worldwide cleaning industry association, has announced that its Cleaning Management Institute (CMI) has formed a partnership with the Restoration Technical Institute […]

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#MOGA: Make On-Call Great Again

In the restoration industry, being on-call in some capacity is part of the job. In recent years, many seem to view the commitment to being on-call as a drawback rather than part of responsibility and reward that a career in restoration offers. A positive outlook is where it all begins. The following perspectives, from experienced restorers who serve […]

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Restoring Success: It’s All a Matter of Culture

Can such a gray area like culture be the ultimate key to success?  You can find all of Lisa Lavender‘s articles here. Culture! I searched R&R’s website for the word “culture”, and it yielded over 200 results. There are lots of golden nuggets from industry experts that lie within. My first Restoring Success in January 2014, Core and Shared Values, spoke to understanding them, putting on […]

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Burnout in the Restoration Industry: Managing Workload | Part 2

Editor’s Note:  This is the second article of a multi-part series on employee burnout in the restoration industry.  Part one introduced the nature of burnout, and summarized findings from a study on burnout in the restoration industry. Part two begins a discussion on things restoration companies can do to manage one of the most complicating factors for […]

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Restoring Success: He’s Making a List (And Checking it TWICE!)

Why does Santa check his list twice? If we consider the practice of checking the list twice, we could speculate that there is a drive towards excellence and a desire to deliver legendary service. The list needs to be accurate and thorough; the list allows him to honor his commitments efficiently, and list is what is used […]

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Burnout in the Restoration Industry | Part 1

Editor’s Note:  This is the first article of a multi-part series on employee burnout in the restoration industry.  Part one introduces the nature of burnout and summarizes findings from a study on burnout in the restoration industry. Part two begins a discussion on things restoration companies can do to manage one of the most complicating […]

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