Your Recruiters WANT to fill your jobs, efficiently and well. This is not specific to internal or external recruiters. As a recruiter, this outlines all we need to know in order to ensure hiring success.
Are you ready to impress the you upper management by being the one with the best team in the entire business? Do you want to be number one with a professional team that can’t be beat? All of that is completely possible when you know how to hire the best talent.
You also have to be great at attracting, recruiting and retaining the best talent. Attracting Talent has everything to do with your employment brand, and hopefully you are working hard to make candidates WANT to come work for you. Retaining Talent is also important. You must provide excellent training, career advancement opportunity and competitive compensation… at a minimum. Finally, you have to be able to recruit the best talent. Since most managers do not have the time to do their own recruiting, they rely on industry p
Do you know how to maintain your air conditioner? Did you even know you were supposed to? The good news is air conditioner maintenance is super easy and in this video we’ll tell you the 8 Air Conditioner Maintenance tips you can do on your own to help keep your air conditioner running as smooth as possible all summer long. It’s just super bright out here, Come on… It’s OK, I live here. Just like rotating the tires and changing the oil in your car, air conditioner maintenance will help prolong the life of your air conditioner, help it run more efficiently and cool your home better. You know In real estate they say the most important thing is location, location, location…well, when it comes to your air conditioner the most important thing is air flow, air flow, air flow.
And that’s why 3 of our air conditioner maintenance tips are related around air flow. We’ve broken your system down into 3 major parts. The outdoor unit, the indoor unit, and the thermostat. I’ve got a list of helpful maintenance tips for all 3…I just have to find my list first. Oh, Thanks. Unless you plan on using your “bear” hands, here’s a list of tools you’ll need Garden Hose New Filter Level Thermometer Raincoat (Optional) Rope Swing (Optional) OK, Let’s head to the outdoor unit. Your system pulls air in through the coils, and blows it out the top. And if your coils are blocked it can severely decrease the efficiency of your unit.
There’s a couple things you can do. The first thing you should do is cut power to the unit, the preferred method is to flip off the breaker. If you don’t have a breaker, pull the disconnect. Next you want to clear the debris away from the unit. Two feet around is a good rule of thumb to make sure the leaves, debris and grass clippings are away from the unit. If you have bushes or shrubs you want to trim those back as well.
Take your garden hose and rinse off the coils. Reach what you can with the garden hose and spray from the inside out. Let the water flow down the coils for a while, until it looks like you’ve gotten all the dirt off. Then spray off the debris you see on the outside. The fins on the unit are very fragile, be careful that you don’t bend them over. See if the unit looks level, if it’s too far off center you may want to have a professional level it up. Check the electrical connections – make sure that there’s no exposed wires. Check the insulation around the lineset to make sure it’s still good. Now reconnect the power, careful when you slide the disconnect back into place, you shouldn’t have to force it. Now let’s go to the indoor unit, where your filters are. Start by cutting the power. Check the filters to make sure you can still see light through it.
When replacing the filter, be sure to pay attention to the direction that the air is flowing. Make sure that the arrow on the filter lines up with the direction that the air flows through your unit. Replace filters as often as needed, this can be different for each home. So be sure to check it at least once a month. If you have a humidifier, remember to turn it off in the summer. Pour some water down the drain line to make sure that it’s not clogged. Some people add a little bleach to the water to clean the line.
Ok, now we’re at the thermostat. Really the only thing you need to do to check and make sure it working properly is verify the temperature on the display matches the temperature in the room. An easy way to do that is to just get a visual read thermometer and make sure they match. As long as you’re within 3 degrees or so, you’ll be fine. These Air Conditioner Maintenance Tips that we’ve shared with you are things that anyone can do on their own. But manufacturers actually recommend that you take it one step further. In the owner’s manual it actually says that you should have your system inspected regularly by a properly trained technician. So, as part of your Air Conditioner’s Maintenance, once a year, you should have a Certified HVAC technician come out and tune-up and inspect your unit. They’ll have the specialty tools and gauges to go more indepth.
They’ll check voltages, check the capacitor, see if there’s any obvious concerns, check the refrigerant levels, those hard to reach components and more. They should review their findings with you and answer any questions that you have. If you have a friend or neighbor that works on Air Conditioners, you might be able to get them to do this for you but if you don’t know anyone…in your local market you should be able to find a certified HVAC Contractor to come to your home and perform this annual service.
If you’re in the Utah market, give Any Hour Services a call. They’ll send a certified HVAC technician to your home to perform a 23 point Air Conditioner Tune-Up. Call 801-503-0130 If you’ve found this air conditioner maintenance video helpful and entertaining, give us a thumbs up. If there’s other stuff you want to know about how your electrical, plumbing, heating or air conditioning system works in your home, leave your suggestions in the comments below.
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RENOVATED with TWO KITCHENS, FIVE BATHROOMS, SEPARATE ENTRANCE and an ATTACHED GARAGE. – There are so many reasons to take a look at this gorgeous five bedroom bungalow. As an investor the second kitchen and separate entrance make sense, as a private buyer the renovations, extra space, massive yard and deck also make sense. Located a short distance from the new LRT and Bonnydoon Mall and a short drive from down town make this home a smart choice either way. The home offers over 2,000 sqft of living space and the renovations are excellent. Start with the new landscaping, a freshly poured driveway and walk ways and the renovated exterior that’s been insulated and finished with expensive acrylic stucco. Inside there’s new paint, flooring, trim and doors….for starters! So here’s a modernized home in a mature community that is highly sought after and that is close to down town, and comes with a front drive and attached garage. That’s a lot of good reasons to check out this gem in Hollyrood! Welcome home
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Welcome to this amazing family home in Aldergrove, close to WEM, Primrose Park, w/easy access to Anthony Henday, Whitemud & Schools. Pride of ownership is apparent, with many upgrades like New High Efficiency Central Air Conditioning (2019), New Furnace, Crank Style Windows, Hot Water Tank, Flooring throughout (all within last 2 years) & more! Main floor features good sized living room, formal dining room, along with a sunken family room with a wood burning fireplace. Large capacity, front loading washer/dryer adds to the functional design on the main floor.Fully upgraded kitchen includes Stainless Steel Appliances, New Granite Countertops (2019) & plenty of cabinet space. Upper level has 4pc bath, 3 large bedrooms w/huge closets including a master suite with a walk-in closet & 3pc ensuite. Fully finished basement includes the 4th bedrooom, 3pc bathroom, & living space which is perfect for downtime r entertaining. Attached double car garage & good sized backyard with a huge wood deck, make it a must see!
Bedrooms Above Grade3
Property TypeSingle Family
Building TypeResidential Detached Single Family
FlooringLaminate Flooring, Vinyl Plank
Goods IncludedDryer, Garage Opener, Refrigerator, Stove-Electric, Washer, Oven-Built-In, Vacuum Systems, Air Conditioning-Central, Dishwasher-Built-In, Hood Fan
BasementFully Finished, Full
FireplacesWood, Brick Facing
# of Stories3
Address8527 189 Street Nw
Postal CodeT5T 4Y4
FeaturesDetectors Smoke, Air Conditioner, Hot Water Natural Gas, Laundry-Same Floor
Exterior FeaturesPlayground Nearby, Public Transportation, Shopping Nearby, Back Lane, Fenced, Landscaped, Schools
Located in the desirable community of Orchards. Well-designed half duplex with single car garage Attached! This beautiful home has 4-split style with open concept on the main floor with hardwood flooring. It has 3 bedrooms and a bonus room upstairs. Mins walk to K-9 public school and play ground. Fully landscaped and fenced back yard. Easy access to Highway 2 and Anthony Henday. Must see!
Super stylish!! Urban Chic! Unique floor plan with European style and finishing situated in the nature and desirable neighborhood. Close to major roads, shopping centers, schools, and just a few blocks away from the fabulous Argyle Park. Contemporary design with all the modern finishes like granite tops in the kitchen and bathrooms, high grade laminate, super stylish kitchen cabinets, and appliances, home accessories. Unit offers 3 bedrooms, 2 master bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, separate dining room with entrance to the patio, open floor plan. Over 1380 sq ft of the living space shows GREAT!
This Rundle duplex in Webber Greens features 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths + a double attached garage PLUS a Side Entrance! The main floor features a functional and sleek and modern kitchen with full height upper cabinets, stainless appliances, tile backsplash, pantry, and plenty of granite counter space. Open to the dining area and living room for true entertainment functionality. Rounding out the main floor is a large front entry with and half bath, coat closet, and mud room. Upstairs the master bedroom is the perfect place to escape, with a large walk-in closet, plenty of natural light from the large windows off the front of the home, and a 4 piece ensuite. 2 additional bedrooms with ample space for kids, office or guest room, a full 4 piece bath, laundry area and linen closet complete the upper level. The basement is ready for income suite development. This property will be fully landscaped and has everything you need, steps to schools, parks, shopping, WEM, Costco, Henday, Whitemud, and all amenities.
Exterior FeaturesCul-De-Sac, Flat Site, Golf Nearby, Landscaped, Low Maintenance Landscape, No Back Lane, No Through Road, Playground Nearby, Public Transportation, Schools, Shopping Nearby, Not Fenced
Everyone’s on the social web. But why is it that no follows your account, or you can’t get any traffic on your social profiles? Well you know what? It’s about to change. Hey everyone. I’m Neil Patel, and today, I’m gonna share with you the biggest social media mistakes that you’re making, that’s causing you to not do well. (uplifting music) Before I get into these tactics, make sure you subscribe to this channel. Whether subscribing, following, whatever it may be. That way, as I create more tactics for you to follow, more video lessons, you’ll get notified about them. The first mistake that you need to avoid is posting content too often.
Everyone believes that, Hey, you wanna do well on Facebook? Post 10 times a day. The more you post, the more people will see you. That may work for Twitter, but for most social sites, if you post too much, you’re not gonna do well. You only have a certain amount of people following you. If you keep posting too much information, you’re going to wear them out, and they’re gonna start ignoring you’re content.
Try to post no more than once a day. I’m not talking about live video, or stories, or anything like that. I’m talking about posting a image, or a video, a status update. Try not to post more than one a day. The second mistake that you need to avoid is posting mediocre content. Now that you know you only wanna post once a day, when you do post once a day, that content has to be amazing.
If people don’t like it, they’re not going to engage or comment. You know what? If you posted content that’s mediocre, or you think is great, and you got no comments, or engagements or likes, leave a comment below with the word yes. That way I know you’re struggling with creating amazing content. And think of it this way, if that content isn’t something that you would tell your friends about, or you would share, or you don’t think has a slight possibility of going viral, then, it’s not gonna do that well.
If you’re not sure what great content is, go to Buzzsumo. Put in keywords within your space. It’ll show you what’s popular on the social web already. You wanna use tools like Buzzsumo and Social Blade to come up with better content. That way, whenever you do post, it’s amazing content. The third mistake that most people are making is they’re not leveraging videos. Videos is the future. Facebook. Youtube. LinkedIn. All of these players wanna get your attention, more so than even a live TV. I’m talking ’bout, you know, that big LCD. Technically, you don’t have a big TV anymore, they’re all thin and go on your wall. But you get the point, in which, these social sites are craving for your attention. They want you to be on Facebook, instead of watching HBO, or NBC, or Sky Sports. So, that’s why they want you to upload video content. If you upload video content, you’ll get 2-3 times more engagement and views, than if you just upload a photo or a text update.
The fourth mistake that many people make is they’re not engaging in the first hour. The way most social algorithms work is whatever does extremely well in the first hour, continually goes viral. It’s like the opposite of SEO. With SEO, it’s a long-term game. You release content, you never do well in the first hour. You’re lucky if that content ranks really well after 30 days, or six months. In many cases, it’ll take over a year. With the social web, it’s all about the first hour. So if you have an email list, promote your email list. Or technically, promote that video or status update you did to that email list, that way, you can drive more engagement.
If you have a push notification subscriber list, from tools like subscribers.com, send them to your social profile when you have a status update. That way it gets more views, engagement. And that way, over the next 30 days, 60 days, it’ll rank higher on YouTube. Or over the next 24 hours, it’ll get way more views and shares on Facebook. You wanna push things hard in the first hour it goes live. And the last mistake that I want you to avoid is not engaging. Social’s all about being a two-way street. If you ask me a question and I didn’t answer, that’d be rude of me. That’s how social media works. You need to engage with other people. So when they leave a comment, make sure you respond. Even if their comment is as simple as like, hey thanks Neil. Thanks for leaving this, or creating this video. And if you feel like this video is good, leave a comment below telling me thanks. I really do appreciate it. And you know what? You’ll start seeing me respond to you, even if you just say thanks, or hi. Why? Because social media is a two-way street. It’s important for me to communicate with you, just like it is for you to communicate with me.
And if you communicate more, and you have those responses to every single comment, you’ll find, that over time, you’re gonna get much more shares, views, likes, than if you didn’t engage with your audience. So that’s it. If you stop making those mistakes, you’re gonna get way more traction on the social web. Doesn’t matter if your using LinkedIn, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, these tactics will help you out. Thanks for watching. Make sure you subscribe, like, share. And again, I hope to see you next time, and giving you more marketing advice. .
In my video today, we’ll be talking about how to start your very own real estate business… from scratch! Yes, you do not need experience to do so because I will be helping you get started. Watch and listen my friend, all my advice comes from my very own experience of starting my own real estate business. I’ll also be introducing you to some of my acronyms which will be your shortcut for starting up your real estate business. 00:33 Why don’t I just go out there and build my business from scratch? 01:28 OPM – Other People’s Money 02:21 OPS – Other People’s Systems 03:50 OPE – Other People’s Experience