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Archive: November 2017

SHOW ME THE MONEY! Why you need to pay your Service Technicians more…IMMEDIATELY!

How often have you heard the statement that money can’t buy happiness? It’s an age old phrase that has been used for generations. Pay your dues, collect your check and live a simple life as this is the American Dream. The only problem is, it doesn’t matter if it buys happiness or not. Money is […]

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Impact of Self Development

Growing up, I’m not sure if I had ever finished a book in my life. I had no desire to sit in a classroom…ever. I was stubborn and had an awful attention span. My grades reflected this and the folks that were supposed to support me as a student had written me off many years […]

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Thankful for 2017

It’s already Thanksgiving of 2017 and it feels like this year has flown by faster than any other that I’ve experience. It’s weird because it follows 2016, which I think we can all agree was the longest and most dreadful year of all time. Anyways, It sounds extremely corny but I do like to use […]

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Don’t Be THAT Guy!

One of the more frustrating things in a business focusing on people is the reliance on other people to hold your word….especially in the world of recruiting. All of the hours put into trying to connect a candidate with a business can go to waste in the blink of an eye. Heartbreak can be caused […]

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The Headache of Job Descriptions

When starting a new recruiting job with a client, we have a checklist of items that need to be taken care of prior to beginning the search for a Tech. One of the more important pieces of that checklist is that we ask for the shop to send us a job description that describes what […]

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Failure to Launch – Blog Edition

I’ve been slacking. Earlier in the year, I committed to do a regular blog post to stay connected with our followers and website visitors. I hate to say it, but I’ve been pretty awful at keeping my promise in this regard. In talking with a couple of my friends today, it became evident that I […]

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