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More, Better, and Creative

More, Better, and Creative Courtesy of the Water Well Journal, Editor Thad Plumley provides this week’s guest blog post in “More, Better, and Creative.” I spoke years ago with the manager of a book warehouse whose workforce mostly consisted of temporary employees. I asked why he didn’t have more full-timers and was told the workers […]


The Technician Shortage

The Technician Shortage Guest writer Jim Dettore addresses a major concern amidst labor shortfalls: the technician shortage. The construction equipment industry is facing a long-term significant challenge: a shortage of experienced service technicians. The demand for skilled technicians has grown exponentially in recent years as construction equipment becomes more advanced, complex, and specialized. Unfortunately, finding […]


Employee Satisfaction in 2022 and Beyond

Employee Satisfaction in 2022 and Beyond Guest writer Alex Weaver continues the year-end reflections with a look at employee satisfaction in 2022 and beyond… Recently we looked at measuring our business / commercial performance around four metrics: Financial Performance Market Share Customer Satisfaction Employee Satisfaction In October, we discussed some factors influencing Customer Satisfaction and today’s […]


Unbiased Customer Feedback

Unbiased Customer Feedback Today, guest writer Alex Kraft explores customer comments in this blog post on the importance of unbiased customer feedback. Customer surveys are all the rage these days.  I wouldn’t be surprised if the kid’s lemonade stands down the street started texting a survey after each purchase made.  I had a recent positive […]


Loyal Staff: Does Corporate Training Really Work Well for Uplifting Employees’ Skills and Boosting Loyalty?

Loyal Staff: Does Corporate Training Really Work Well for Uplifting Employees’ Skills and Boosting Loyalty? We are pleased to introduce another new guest writer here at Learning Without Scars. Natallia Dmitrenko is a content specialist at Grinfer with a focus on content management and blog promotion. She gained experience studying at the University of Nebraska […]



Incentives Tonight brings us another guest post from Steve Day. The former Vice President of Tractor and Equipment, Steve is discussing incentives, and how they can drive your growth in your business. Incentives Can Drive Growth For the majority of my career, I believed that a paycheck was a pretty good incentive for doing your […]