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Have You Noticed What Is Happening?

Have you Noticed What is Happening? For the last several months I haver been receiving phone calls and emails asking me how dealers should be navigating this current workforce problem. Have you noticed? Let me give you some facts to consider. As of this writing there were 10,934,000 job openings in the USA. That is […]

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Goal Setting

Goal Setting Tonight, our returning guest blogger Sonya Law talks to readers about goal setting.  We will explore here how fostering a dynamic workplace incorporates the macro environment in setting goals where People are at the center of creating your competitive advantage… As an employee, our manager will set goals for us which flow down […]

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Systems

Systems Tonight brings us another guest post from Steve Day. Steve is discussing the importance of the systems we have within our businesses. This is another topic that could probably take up an entire book and I am going to give it short shrift.  I am really only bringing it up because I think too […]

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Skilled & Knowledgeable Employees Pay for Themselves

Skilled and Knowledgeable Employees Pay for Themselves. During this difficult time, the ability to restrict discretionary expenses has been quite easy. Stop it. Go back to 2019 and you will also find an attitude of restricting the investment in employee development other than for technicians. We forget that skilled & knowledgeable employees pay for themselves. […]

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A Guest Blog from Ed Gordon

“Ignoring America’s Talent Desert Won’t Solve the Problem!”   Reports of talent shortages continue to proliferate: The National Association of Manufacturers reported an all-time record high of over 500,000 vacant positions (September 2019). A National Association of Home Builders Survey found that over half of contractors had shortages in 12 of the 16 categories of […]