Preventing Technician Turnover

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No matter the industry, employee turnover is something that companies in every sector struggle with constantly. The events of the past year have exasperated this issue, with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reporting that between March 2020 and March 2021, there were close to 70 million instances in which employees separated from companies in some fashion. 

In the automotive technician space, the constant evolution of cars and trucks—whether you’re talking about electric vehicles or connected technologies—has increased the demand for higher level knowledge and training to keep up. While the number of vehicles in use is expected to climb in the near future, the inclusion of interconnected sensors, cameras, and other devices that allow for both predictive maintenance and remote diagnosis, will cut the number of overall hours afforded to technicians. 

The Visible (and Invisible) Costs of Turnover

Hiring, training, and assimilating new employees into your service center is no easy task. There are costs involved with every step, from when you first post the position to when the paperwork is signed, and the employee starts their first day. 


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