Lucas Owner/Technician North Carolina Posted  

Johnnie Taylor sang a song that said:

If you're tied up

You'd better stay tied up

'Cause it's cheaper to keep her

Almost every shop has felt the crunch of the technician shortage at some point. And now it seems everyone is experiencing some type of labor shortage.

What does that mean for the people you have currently employed?

The NUMBER ONE reason people stay at their current positions isn't pay, benefits, pizza parties, and the occasional retreat to the owner's log cabin.

These are a band-aid approach to something that's more difficult to quantify and systemize.

The main reason an employee stays is "engagement".

Yeah... What does that even mean?

Well one way to start implementing ways to add "engagement" into your arsenal is discussed on latest episode of the ASOG Podcast, recorded live at ASTE with Chuck Searles of AMI.

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