Remarkable People Solutions
People are messy.
We provide enduring and remarkable relief through
custom people and process solutions.

Engage & Retain Employees

Engage & Retain
Employees

Maximize Sales & Profit

Maximize Sales
& Profit

Does Your Company Struggle With

  • Decreasing Retention
  • Increasing Turnover
  • Low team engagement
  • Below average results
  • Lack of clarity
  • Lack of leadership accountability

We Get It. People Are Messy. But We Can Help.

At Remarkable People Solutions, we know that you want to lead an enduring organization of highly engaged team members who love working with you and attract other top talent. In order to do that, you need to attract, select, train and engage the right employees so your business can grow. The problem is that your company is losing sales and profits because of low engagement and turnover, which makes you feel desperate, confused and frustrated. We believe you have built a company that provides value, but it cannot reach its full potential or endure for years to come without a highly engaged team of talent.

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Still Don’t Know How We Can Help Your Business Grow Sales & Profits?

How We Build Your Successful Team

Schedule A Call

Schedule A Call

In our first meeting, we'll identify your employee pain points and hiring/retention practices.

Plan of Action

Get A Plan Of Action

We'll prepare a plan of action that is customized based on your company’s problems.

Success

Implement & Measure Success

Through implementation, we'll identify ways to measure success, so you can feel confident that the right people are on your team.

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Remarkable People Solutions Blog

Business Tip: Retention

By Carlie Lockley | April 26, 2021

DOES THE WORD RETENTION MAKE YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE SKYROCKET? Hi friends! Carlie with remarkable people solutions here, where we provide enduring and remarkable relief through custom people and process solutions.   As a business owner you know just how important retention is. But if you are suffering from low retention, you might have considered whether or…

Business Tip: Overcome Low Retention

By Carlie Lockley | April 26, 2021

Are you a Business Owner?  Have you experienced the highs and lows of retaining talent?  If so, has that made you wonder whether or not your industry had anything to do with the low retention?  Although some industries do struggle naturally with higher turnover, we at RPS believe that you CAN have an equal share…

The Pet Peeve Measuring Stick: Resume Red Flags

By Carlie Lockley | April 26, 2021

RESUME RED FLAGS What are you really looking for on a resume? What are the Red Flags?  Maybe your concern is … Gaps in employment?  Short stays of employment? How the applicant left their previous employment? As a business owner, we know the challenges of conducting a selection process: trying to bring in the RIGHT…

Mathematical Hiring Equation

The Mathematical Hiring Equation

By Carlie Lockley | November 1, 2019

Staring at a pile of resumes can you make you feel like you are back in Algebra II or Advanced Calculus. Whether you are hiring for an upper level position or adding non-skilled team members to your growing company, the pressure can make you feel like you are solving a mathematical equation. And actually, hiring…

Measuring stick

The Pet Peeve Measuring Stick

By Carlie Lockley | October 11, 2019

What are the things applicants do that are nails on the chalkboard for you? Not showing up early for an interview, talking about their parents, choosing to play video games for a hobby, wearing blue jeans to an interview… these are just a few that I have heard from business owners over the years. And…

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Introduction to The One Minute Mirror Blog

By Carlie Lockley | September 5, 2019

The average 6th grader should be able to read 200-300 words per minute, but by the college years, the average person should be able to read 350-450 words per minute. Now, if I were to tell you that this blog post falls into the latter range, I am making a bet that you now feel…