Business Relocation Services: Hiring Office Movers
What makes a good removalist? Consider this when Hiring office movers for your move.
Personality. That’s what we look for when we’re hiring movers., for your next office move.
Personality and customer care, should be top of mind when considering hiring office movers. That’s realistically all it is. They’re the guy who spends the most time with the customer. Over 6-12 hours they’ll be loading the truck, looking for parking, unloading the truck, carrying things upstairs, dealing with the cat that won’t get off the couch – all that sort of stuff. It’s all about the way that our removalists, at Business Relocation Services, make this happen as they become part of the customer’s life for the move day.
Customers don’t often remember the company, unless its Business Relocation Services, to an extent, but they’ll always remember the removalist. If you’re ever at a barbecue, you’ll know that. People will say, “We had a fantastic mover.” You’ll ask who the company was, and they can’t remember – “but the guy’s name was John”. They’ll talk about the company if it went wrong, but they’ll talk about the removalist if it went right!
The customer knows their furniture from top to toe. They’re convinced they know how to move it, and how to fit it through a door, and how many boxes it’ll take to pack everything up. Some customers are over the top with the stress and emotions of moving to a new office, some are down and out because they’ve downsizing moving on to something smaller and leaving all the memories behind with the old office – and you need someone who can relate to everyone in those circumstances.
Relocating is one of the most stressful things we do, and you want to employ someone who never has a bad day.
Doesn’t matter if it’s pumping down rain, or stinking hot and sweat’s pouring out of them. The customer’s always going to be saying, “Don’t do this because my stuff will get wet” or “Don’t do that or you’ll get sweat on my couch.” It’s how the guy manages those kinds of situations that make a difference.
He’s also got to have a bit of an eye for distance and size, good judgement and how things are going to fit in the truck. Obviously, some common sense as you don’t put the book boxes on top of the computers in the back of the truck – you need to have some good common sense and be able to take care of our customer’s furniture belongings and emotional things, that’s what means so much to our customer’s experience. A removalist that’s able to deal with these things and having fun while you’re doing it makes a good them removalist and one were proud to have on the Business Relocation Services removalist team.