Have you ever hired somebody based solely on their resume? What I mean by this is not that you hired them sight unseen, but more that you had the feeling that you were going to hire somebody before they even walked in the door? I know I have, and I’ve had mixed results because of
Job boards suck. And, believe me, I know — we run a job board at Find A Wrench. The typical technician job posting on any given job board will undoubtedly have the following: A blanket statement about how amazing a shop is, yet say nothing truly unique about the shop A list of job duties
On the Find A Wrench side of our business, we’ve worked with many shops and dealerships to get their jobs in front of technicians and help them attract great techs to their shop. Going up against a technician shortage, it’s never an easy task to find and attract quality technicians to any shop or dealership.
Applying for a new job can be a really stressful process to go through. You find a shop that looks great, fits what you want and seems almost too good to be true. After reading through all of their perks and benefits, you are pumped to get started. Excitedly, you fill out an application and
A question we get fairly often is asking what a technician should wear to a job interview. From a technician's standpoint, the first thing that you need to understand is that there isn't an exact answer to this. Based on the various Facebook groups I look through, lots of people seem to have their opinions