Episode Description

The workforce has changed since generation “why” grew up and stopped conforming to yesterday’s habits. Eric Chester, Founder of The Center for Work Ethic Development and author of several leadership books, understands this more than most. Listen in on this episode to learn more about what it means to be relentlessly recruiting, how to evolve your shop with the changing workforce, and much more!

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About Our Host:

Jay Goninen
Co-Founder & President, WrenchWay
jayg@wrenchway.com | 608.716.2122

About Our Guest:

Eric Chester
Founder, The Center for Work Ethic Development

About Our Sponsor:

The Zimbrick story began in 1965 when their founder, John Zimbrick, purchased a Buick franchise at the corner of Park and Regent Street in Madison, Wisconsin. John built his dealership around a philosophy he called “Loving Care Service” and the rest is history.

Today the Zimbrick family of dealerships has grown to 16 new car franchises. They have 20 service locations throughout Dane County, an additional store in Milwaukee as well as 3 award winning Body Shops.

Zimbrick is behind every errand, every road trip, every commute, every holiday visit, and every emergency. Their customers rely on them for safe and reliable vehicles to get them there and Zimbrick is always looking for talented individuals to help them in their mission.

Winner of Best of Madison and Madison People’s Choice Awards for 2022, Zimbrick is proud to serve its community. Visit the Zimbrick WrenchWay page at zimbrick.wrenchway.com to find out how you can join their team.

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