Send Out the Right Men to do Work.
Too much care cannot be exercised in sending out men to do work for you, no matter whether it is rough repair work or installing one of your nicest machines, for it should be remembered that he is your representative, and that your work will be judged by the impression he creates.
If he is slow or does not understand his business it very likely gives the impression that you must be likewise slow or you would not hire a man of this kind, and if he is not a firstclass man in every respect it will surely reflect upon you sooner or later and do much to fix the reputation of your . goods in a manner not altogether pleasing to you.
If a man comes to you to do a job of repairs and goes about his business understandingly, and seems to know what to do next, you have confidence in him and also think more of the firm who has sent him out ; it is perfectly natural that you should and perfectly proper, only be sure and remember the same rule applies to your case and send out your best men, not only mechanically but morally as well. A drunken representative is a bad advertisement for any firm, and vice versa the man who behaves himself when out on a job will win you respect.