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How to Save a Problem Employee
Published by Alliance of Automotive Service Providers



Summary
The current jobless rate is 4.2%, the lowest it has been since December of 2000. This is considered by economists to be FULL employment. Finding a job is easier now than it's been in years according to CNN. Job openings are at a record high - shops need to adopt new strategies to keep the employees they have. This webinar will touch on the current conditions but focus on turning lackluster problem employees into productive members of a high-performing team.

Presenters
Rick White
Rick White has been working in the automotive, software & coaching industries for more than 25 years. He has worked as manager or consultant for several major companies such as GenesisFour Corporation, and Northeastern AAA. Rick has been acknowledged as an industry expert and has been featured in many automotive trade publications such as Parts & People, Auto Report, Automotivation, & Ratchet & Wrench.
Originally Published
December 6, 2017

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
  1. How to Save a Problem Employee - Video

How To Attend
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