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A worker installs a new floor drain in the new Vitmore Apartments, a seven-story apartment building on Baum Blvd. in Pittsburgh.


“When I wasn’t working I would sit and listen to my godfather interact with other business owners, and what stuck out most were their discussions about the importance of advertising, good workmanship, and being honest and fair.” -Rick Mongiovi


LOOKING TO THE FUTURE


Maintaining high standards of work- manship is one of the main reasons the Mongiovi companies have pros- pered over the years, says Rick. He and his sons try to only hire and train people who exhibit a strong work ethic, honesty, and quality workman- ship skills. According to Ricky, “If


people don’t care about the quality of their work, then we either don’t hire them or we don’t keep them long.”


The Mongiovis strive to treat their employees like family, and also try to help them and reward them for doing good work. “We are pretty in- volved with our employees and like to keep the atmosphere tight-knit and family-oriented,” Ricky says. In


his opinion, one of the best ways to build better communication with staff members—and also custom- ers—is to get to know them outside of the work environment. Weekend retreats, off-site parties, Foreman Nights, parking lot meet-ups, baseball game outings and other fun get-to- gethers are all examples of how the Mongiovis build relationships and grow company unity.


POWERED BY THE BLUE BOOK NETWORK - PITTSBURGH & WESTERN PA / FALL 2016


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