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In order to get acquainted and and help fellow community members, please share: 1. The name and location of your shop. 2. Your biggest frustration with finding techs. 3. How you found your last tech.
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Use this proven checklist to create help wanted ads that grab attention, make your shop stand out and generate a consistent flow of applications on demand.
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Our mission is to provide proven templates, strategies, training and top-level networking that help independent auto repair shops hire quality staff faster. ⚡ ⁣ 🙌 We are thrilled to have you here! 🙌 We don't want you to end up with a business that's unprofitable or stuck because you can't find good quality staff and it’s why we created this community.⁣ 💪 It’s time to get after it! 💪⁣ Over time, we will share with this community, everything we do on a day-to-day basis to generate 300 - 500 applications per week from high-quality technicians, service advisors, managers and every other staff position. These tools, strategies and techniques have allowed us on average to help over 100 shops per year to find good technicians and many other high-culture employees. We want to share everything we have learned and are currently implementing with you but more importantly, we want you to share what's working for you with the group! 🚀 [STEP 1] GETTING STARTED The best place to start is by downloading THE ULTIMATE TECHNICIAN AD CHECKLIST and following it each time you write a new ad for techs. You can find it here — 🚀 [STEP 2] PAY IT FORWARD There's 1 thing we ask of you since you’re new here to this community… Invite 3 fellow shop owners. That’s it. 👊 Send them this link to join our community 👉 This community is dedicated to taking the pain out of finding high-quality employees so you can build a high performance team and grow your business without limits… We share everything from: ✅ How to properly craft an irresistible help wanted ad that attracts high-quality employees
Are you screening for potential in your hiring process?
"Potential always reveals itself in three stages. First there is curiosity, then desire, and ultimately thirst." - Mike Michalowicz As shop owners, identifying these key traits in candidates is essential for building a high-performing team. Here’s how you can screen for curiosity, desire, and thirst during your hiring process: 1. Curiosity: - Ask Open-Ended Questions: Examples like "Tell me about a time when you had to learn something new to solve a problem" reveal a candidate’s eagerness to explore and learn. - Assess Problem-Solving Skills: Present hypothetical shop-related problems and evaluate how deeply they dive into finding solutions. 2. Desire: - Discuss Long-Term Goals: Ask about their career aspirations and what they hope to achieve in the next 5-10 years to gauge their motivation. - Explore Past Achievements: Inquire about their proudest accomplishments and the steps they took to achieve them, revealing their drive and determination. 3. Thirst: - Evaluate Continuous Learning: Ask candidates how they stay updated with industry trends and what resources they use for learning. - Identify Passion Projects: Encourage them to share personal projects or hobbies related to the automotive field, indicating a deep thirst for knowledge and improvement. Integrate these methods into your hiring process to build a team that’s motivated, driven, and always eager to learn and grow. How do you screen for curiosity, desire, and thirst in your hiring process? Share your tips below! 👇
Shop Inspections: How to Up Your Game by Learning from Your Peers
A shop inspection can help you identify what works and what can be improved in your shop to boost efficiency and profitability. Here are some key areas to focus on during your visit: =>Executive Division =>HR =>Communications =>Inspection & Reports =>Marketing/Promotion and Sales =>Treasury =>Production =>Quality Control/Quality Assurance/Training =>Public Relations/Goodwill We will have several shop visits available for folks who come in early next week. You can download the full Shop Inspection Form that attendees will be using next week on this page. There’s still time to register for the event. Early bird pricing is over but if you’re reading this, let me know and I can get you connected with a special pricing link that will save you $400! Take care, -Chris
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Proven templates, strategies, training and top-level networking to help independent auto repair shops hire quality staff faster.
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