Fullbay To Host Shop Owner Roundtable Focused on Recruiting and Retention on August 22
PHOENIX – (Trailer Technician) – Fullbay, the turn-key platform that improves the operational efficiency of heavy-duty repair shops, will host a shop owner roundtable on August 22 at 11 a.m. PT/2 p.m. ET. The webinar will focus on recruiting and retention within shops with special topics to be covered including tips for hiring top talent and the benefit and importance of apprentice programs.
Fullbay CEO Patrick McKittrick and COO Chris O’Brien will be joined by Mike Schwarz, Co-Owner of JE-CO Truck and Trailer as well as Ian Matje, Diesel/Automotive Technology Instructor to host the panel-style webinar.
“Fullbay is looking forward to hosting another shop owner roundtable and continuing to build connections with industry partners and fellow shop owners,” said McKittrick. “These roundtable discussions, which are a part of the company’s series of free webinars, are designed to pick the brains of industry veterans and peers alike to identify and solve the shop owner’s most pressing issues for the advancement of shops across the country.”
Registered attendees will be able to submit questions to be answered live during the event. To register or to submit a question for the webinar, click here. For more information on Fullbay, visit their website.
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. In April 2022, Fullbay acquired Dieselmatic, a digital marketing company, to offer extended services to its clients and improve the customer experience. The company also operates Fullbay Cares, which is dedicated to giving back to the essential workers of heavy-duty repair.