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Human Resources, Employees

Automotive repair shop topics on human resource, payroll, employee hiring and terminations,  team building, healthcare and training. State Laws are all different, please check your state laws for specific guidelines.

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  1. Hiring & Finding Employees

    Hiring new employee discussions, how to on-board new employees and where to find candidates.

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  2. Firing, Terminating Employees

    Firing employees is difficult. Terminations are often disruptive.  Discussions about the need to terminate employees in your business.

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  3. Employee Issues

    Internal issues with employees, lateness, policy violations, theft, drug use and other issues.

    37
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  4. Performance and Coaching

    Employee performance reviews, overall employee performance, coaching your employees to perform to business needs.

    51
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  5. Employee Policies & Handbook

    Putting together a comprehensive employee handbook illustrating what is acceptable and unacceptable along with your company policies, can help avoid issues.

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  6. Employee Pay

    Payroll and general employee pay plan discussions. 

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  7. Health Insurance & Benefits

    Health insurance and benefits offered in your shop, providing employee healthcare, medical, dental, 401K, discounts and perks.

    57
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  8. Vacation & Time Off

    Planning for employee vacations and time off. Providing employee time off for vacations, holidays, and sick time.

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  9. Dress Code & Uniforms

    Do you require a dress code? Do you offer uniforms to your employees? Discussions about work attire.

    67
    posts
  10. Employee Training

    Training your employees discussions. Classroom, in-house, or online. Do you offer technician, sales, or management training? 

    158
    posts

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  2. EMPLOYEE TURNOVER

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  6. AutoServiceJobs.Com

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  7. Cell phone use and smoking

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  8. Employee Manuals

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  9. Mandatory uniforms?

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  10. Thanksgiving weekend

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  11. Hiring Techs

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  12. Shop Foreman/lead Tech

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  13. Replacing Employees?

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  14. Punishment for Reward

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