It can be tough to make every employee feel engaged and valued - especially during a busy season. KnowHow leverages your knowledge base to provide employees with clear, tangible ways to develop their skills and learn. With clear career roadmaps, your workers will become valuable assets to your team - for the long haul.
One way to keep good employees on the team is to ensure they know what they need to do. When employees feel well-managed and supported, they tend to stick around.
Employees shouldn’t feel taken for granted. Make sure they know what they can do to achieve their career goals. With KnowHow, you and your team can create workflows that clearly set the timeline for your workers.
KnowHow makes it easy to provide employees with step-by-step guides, which they can access on their smartphones, tablets, or computers.
Want a plain-language answer? Just ask Howie and get clear guidance for whatever the job is.
A good worker is a good worker - language barriers shouldn’t get in the way of your employee’s developmentThe power of KnowHow isn’t limited to one language; KnowHow can automatically translate your processes into over 14 languages, and Howie can speak English, French, and Spanish with KnowHow Premium.
A good restoration company gives workers the chance to always be learning and growing. Within the KnowHow app, workers can display their skills and earn badges to show off their growth at your company. No good deed should go unnoticed!
“KnowHow makes onboarding new staff so easy. I just onboarded an Accounts Payable clerk and all the training was in KnowHow. It took no time whatsoever for her to learn how we want things done.”
My advice is to sign up for KnowHow. Our stores in Florida, Texas, and Oklahoma offer consistent training and guidance thanks to KnowHow, ensuring a seamless experience at every location.
"KnowHow brings value to executives and blue-collar workers alike. It's scalable and applicable in diverse sectors, whether your job is software-based or more hands-on and mechanical in nature."
"Our technicians don’t have to go find their Project Manager when they have a question anymore. They have the resources right at their hands to solve any problem, so they show up on a job site prepared."