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Do you conduct working interviews for techs?
We're curious: do you roll up the garage doors for working interviews when hiring techs? It's a great way to see skills in action, but we wonder how many of you are actually putting it into practice. 👉 Cast your vote! Click on the poll below and let us know if working interviews are part of your hiring toolkit. It's a snap – and your input could help shed light on a common practice (or not) in our industry!
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New comment 19d ago
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We began doing this last year and it is such a good way to evaluate a skillset. We work around the applicant's schedule which means it's usually conducted after business hours. We have a shop vehicle and create a couple repair scenarios.
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@Chris Lawson We want to be respectful of their time and not put them in an awkward position with their current employer. Because not only is it about making sure they're the right fit for us, but if they think we're the right fit for them too. One time we did hire without conducting a working interview session and he was there one day and didn't do a job correctly. He talked the talk but definitely didn't back up his claims of knowledge. We also have final applicants interview with our business coach to get his thoughts too. For the benefits we offer, the kind of culture we want, and knowing what our productivity numbers need to be, going through these extra steps is SO worth it.
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Marketing Director at Harrell & Beverly Transmissions & Auto Repair in Sanford, FL

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