Should You Flat-Rate Moves?

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SUMMARY

In this episode, Louis Massaro shares 5 things to consider before deciding to flat-rate moves.

  • “Before you even consider doing flat rates you need to take look at how accurate your estimates are.”
  • “A lot of it has to do with the team that you have, the processes that you have, the ability that you have to pull something off like giving flat rate moves for it to actually be more profitable instead of actually costing you money or losing you money.”

  • “We really under-estimate the amount of time, money, energy, and resources with our people that it takes to shift and get into a new way of doing things in our company.”

  • “Make sure to compare the actual cost of the move to the estimate and check for variances.”

  • “It’s not a matter of, “Is one better than the other?” It’s really a matter of what’s right for you.”

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