Scott Shriber, Author at BodyShop Business
It’s been GREAT Being Publisher of BodyShop Business!

Over the past 10 years, I’ve had the pleasure of being the publisher of the BodyShop Business brands, but it’s time to turn the reins over to a new leader – Sean Donohue – who will continue all the great work that has been done and bring fresh ideas and direction to the brands.

Why Is Employee Recognition So Hard to Find These Days?

It seems that with all the financially-driven and political noise out there, the good old-fashioned recognition for a good deed or job well done is getting pretty scarce.

Problem with the Fuel Door Area on a 2000 Bonneville SSEI: Readers Respond

In my April column, I described a problem I was having with the fuel door area on my daughter’s 2000 Bonneville SSEI and asked you, our readers, for creative solutions. And boy did you respond!

Are These Words Gone Forever?

Are the words integrity, trust, honesty and loyalty gone forever? These are the words I base my professional and personal life on.

HD Repair Forum Highlights Challenges, Opportunities in Heavy-Duty Collision Repair

The event focused on shops and/or providers that specialize in or are committed to the repair of collision-damaged heavy-duty trucks.

Who Can Help Me and My Daughter with Our Project Vehicle?

BodyShop Business Publisher Scott Shriber and his daughter are working on her 2000 Bonneville SSEI and need your help! Can you offer a creative solution to their problem?

Inaugural Heavy-Duty Repair Forum Kicks Off in Ft. Worth, Texas

The inaugural HD Repair Forum kicked off today in Ft. Worth, Texas, with more than 180 heavy-duty repair facilities in attendance who are interested in improving the industry.

You Can Count on Us!

I want to assure you that those of us here at BodyShop Business work very hard to stay neutral on the industry and dig every day to get and deliver the most current and complete information available.

How Do You Motivate Your Employees?

There’s an old management saying about the carrot or the stick. Carrots incent behavior, and sticks intimidate behavior. I’m going with the carrots.

Body Shops Need to be Fairly Compensated for Their Work

I’m preaching to the choir here a bit, but it needs to be said.

Publisher’s Perspective: ‘Does Not Bother Me None’ – Until It Affects Me, That Is!

Drivers might not have the time or inclination to worry about who owns their vehicle data – until they get a letter from their insurance carrier.

Publisher’s Perspective: These Are Exciting Times

SEMA and AAPEX are excellent examples of where to go to see the future and work your way into it.