Fullbay to Host Commercial Repair Shop Tech Hiring and Retention Webinar
PHOENIX – (Trailer Technician) – Fullbay, the turn-key platform that improves the operational efficiency of heavy-duty repair shops, will host a webinar on September 13 at 11 a.m. PT. This webinar discussion will cover hiring and retaining techs in commercial repair shops in times of economic uncertainty.
With increased inflation and the potential for a recession on the horizon, the technician shortage is seeming to be here to stay. For many of your subscribers, it’s time to start thinking long-term about how their shop is hiring and how they are going to emerge from the present situation stronger and more profitable.
Fullbay executives will sit down with Jay Goninen, co-founder and president of WrenchWay to talk about:
- Whether or not shops should be slowing down hiring, or speeding it up
- How to connect with high schools and technical schools for technician development
- Ways to recruit and retain technicians in an uncertain economy
- Promoting the industry as an excellent career choice for the next generation
Attendees will be able to interact with the panelists by asking questions. Fullbay is encouraging shop owners and anyone who is a heavy-duty industry professional to take part in this series of webinars that is completely free, to learn first-hand how some of the industry’s hardest hitting issues are affecting shops across the country.
For more information and to register for this webinar, click here.
Based in Phoenix, Arizona, Fullbay revolutionizes the operations of heavy-duty repair shops and internal fleet maintenance departments to create more efficient, focused and faster organizations. The company provides a turn-key platform that connects every function of the business in real time from any location to improve workflow and create transparency in operations. Founded in 2014, Fullbay focuses on delivering operational excellence, preventive maintenance solutions, and inventory management optimization to its wide variety of customers. The company also operates Fullbay Cares, which is dedicated to giving back to the essential workers of heavy-duty repair. More information can be found at www.fullbay.com.