Wholesale & Distribution International 2018 - Volume 5, Issue 1 - 41
One challenge for Nevada Lighting is
high staff turnover in Las Vegas. "It's hard
to find quality people," Domini admits.
The company has adjusted by implementing more of a family-style environment to promote loyalty. "There will be
weeks where we're working 50 to 70 hours
a week to get things done, but there will
also be weeks where we'll cut out at noon
and go have fun," he says.
"Employees like that," he says, noting that
workers are not required to punch a clock.
"We just ask that you work an eight-hour day
here between nine and six or 10 and seven."
Nevada Lighting follows an honors system. "Employees also know they can go to
the doctor's office or their kid's school performance," Domini says. "That helps out."
A POSITIVE OUTLOOK
Domini is proud of Nevada Lighting and
how it successfully re-emerged as a prom-
Nevada Lighting has a large market share and continues to
set itself apart with its expertise in lighting and controls.
inent representative in Las Vegas. "That's
a pretty big accomplishment," he says, that
he sees a strong future for the company.
"We've got some really talented individuals on our team that know lighting and
controls," Domini explains, noting that the
company will grow its share of business in
"We couldn't have done it without Acuity's support," he adds.
The company's expertise, will prove to
be increasingly important in the industry.
"Every job we're doing has lighting and
controls on it," Domini says. "If you don't
have that knowledge and personnel on
staff, you will be gone in five to 10 years."
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