Finding Good Consultants

Wei, Norman
June 2012
Pollution Engineering;Jun2012, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p43
Trade Publication
The article focuses on some common traits of good consultants. It is stated that responses to phone calls and emails will be given in a timely manner by good consultants. It is mentioned that the ability to work cordially with the agencies and the regulatory knowledge is possessed by good consultants. It is noted that necessary training and professional development to ensure high-quality service to its clients is always provided by a reputable consulting firm to its staff.


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