5. Be consistent.
If you’re consistent with everything that you do in your company, more people will want to be around for the journey.
“It’s about consistency, right? Employees want consistency, customers want consistency, and it has to start with me,” DiSalvo said.
That consistency should apply to everything a company does, even if it means not compromising to get the bottom dollar.
“We don’t compromise the quality and effectiveness of the products or risk the safety of the end users for an edge on pricing,” Chanarat said. “I think when a contract manufacturing company finds itself focusing on how to make the product the best in the market, rather than how to make it the cheapest, it is usually more sustainable and healthy in the long term.”