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Hiring and Retention – Are You Your Biggest Problem?

This free webinar is the fourth in an eight-part series of technical and management topics presented by AAPEX.

Weighing the Value of AI Recruiting

Studies show audio and video interviews work to avoid bias and help employers to hire a more diverse workforce.

Maximizing The Human Element In Repair Operations

Your team is a critical part of building trust, retaining customers and amplifying your marketing efforts.

Are You Doing More With Less?

Part of the problem is our industry’s image and the way that technicians are represented in popular culture.

Setting Up New Employees For Success

Nothing can be more damaging to getting a new employee off on the right foot than doing a poor job with onboarding.

VIDEO: Hiring Millennials

Millennials are looking for a work/life balance. This video is sponsored by the MyPlace4Parts Studio.

Tracking Down Techs: How To Hire In A Tight Labor Market

This article provides four tips to help you attract and hire the best techs.

How To Hire A True Leader

Once you find your leader in the rough, invest in training. This video is sponsored by the MyPlace4Parts Studio.

Skin Deep: An Unblemished Look At Tattoos And Hiring

So maybe you don’t have a tattoo. And maybe you don’t have purple hair. But it’s important to look beyond that and get to know the person sitting across from you … because that might be the person whom you’ll be interviewing next.

In Search of a Good Technician

Is this you? Mitch from Premiere Auto needed a tech – a great one and NOW!

Building A Superstar Staff: A Step-By-Step Guide

The staff at an independent auto repair shop is just like any other team in any other industry or sport. You have your role players, your star players, your various specialists and your coach – all of whom need to band together under a common goal: generating profits.

The Myth About A National Criminal History Search

Anyone who has the responsibility of hiring employees and overseeing employment background screening for their shop has heard the term “national criminal history” search. Although the title sounds all-encompassing when doing a background search, it really is not.