Why is money a taboo subject among collision repairers, especially when it comes to financial planning?
It’s time that we as leaders start to educate our young technicians on how to manage, grow and save money.
Businesses today need to be laser-focused on their recruiting practices and constantly refining them to get the kind of employees they want.
In baseball, a farm system is essential in creating a pipeline of successful players for the major leagues. The same goes for the collision repair industry.
It’s important to be aware of the risks of cold exposure and make sure your employees are protected as much as possible.
Good help is hard to find, so how can you become a tech’s “shop of choice” and potentially make it easier?
Service King made it their mission to hire 500 military veterans six years ago, and are proud to say they’ve surpassed that goal.
Finding and keeping the right people requires a comprehensive approach that starts with technical schools, includes on-the-job training, leverages a team culture and outlines a path to success.
A new employee attitude caused by COVID makes me wonder if it will permeate all industries.
As an employer under OSHA’s General Duty Clause, you are responsible to provide a workplace free of known safety hazards, like high temperatures in the work environment.
Running three collision repair facilities, I’ve learned over the years that working toward a healthy work/life balance is critical.
Eight things you can do as a responsible business owner to ensure a safe and healthful workplace.