How to Find Potential Workers for a Body Shop

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It can become difficult in finding the right employees for a body shop. Potential mechanics, technicians or workers should have not just good engineering skills and love cars, but should also be work well in groups, be helpful to ensure completion of work and have great customer service.

Below are some tips on finding the best mechanics. One way to find good workers is to place an ad in the automotive job listings section of the newspaper. Many auto mechanics search in the automotive job section of the local paper. You can also post an automotive job ad. Then you will begin to receive calls from potential workers.

Get in Touch with Technical Schools in Your Area Regarding Automotive Jobs

1. Those potential employees who have taken classes at a technical school are great shoo-ins for the job because the classes they have enrolled in and completed specialize in work at auto shops and engineering. Instructors should also be contacted as well to get potential technicians on-site and in the shop to gain some experience and to determine how they will fit in, based on completion of work, at the business.

Maintain Contact with Community College Professors
2. Besides vocational schools, a community college is where other future mechanics take courses, that are diverse and that sometimes offer certification. Professors from these institutions that specialize in those classes would be a great reference for potential employees and can furnish them to work on-site at the shop.

3. Some apprenticeships are now few and far between. However, these programs are great for students for enjoy manual labor and can fully get into the work they are performing and perform it competently alongside an existing, skilled worker. This way, the potential hire learns how to work on projects with others because they are mentored in priceless and much needed skills. Potential hires can be employed from a local community college or another such professional school and then placed to work alongside a talented mechanic or technician. Not only do these potential employees learn the ropes, but the existing, hardworking ones are aided in their work, for which they are clearly grateful.

Many potential employers are eager about finding automotive job opportunities. You will want to place your notice in areas where people search for automotive job opportunities as mentioned above. Your automotive job listings can be place on the Internet on sites where they post automotive job opportunities. There are free sites that accept automotive job listings and paid automotive job listings sites as well.
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