There’s no simple solution to the technician shortage, but tire dealers have the tools to calm the waters surrounding the issue.
We’ve seen actual growth in terms of technicians hired in this industry – that doesn’t mean the technician shortage or demand is going away.
Read what it takes to see success when a new store comes online, how VIP retains its technicians, and expected sales trends during the second half of the year.
During the four-day event, Tire Pros dealers received updates on the business, mingled with their peers and learned about how they can tackle emerging industry trends.
Without focused and ongoing efforts by the industry, filling open positions in sufficient numbers is unlikely.
Find out the ways our 2022 Top Shops are recruiting top-notch talent and treating them to promote business loyalty.
K&M Tire provided the fun, prizes and resources to dealers during its annual conference and trade show.
What is one thing that scares you and one thing that excites you about the tire industry?
It’s apparent that without focused and ongoing efforts by the industry, filling open positions in sufficient numbers is unlikely.
Virginia Tire & Auto, a 2011 Tire Review Top Shop, has hired 31 women over the past year and has plans to hire more, according to co-CEO Julie Holmes. Virginia Tire & Auto has launched a “Women in Automotive” scholarship that will assist in the advancement of women in the automotive industry. The company says
Automotive repair software company AutoLeap released the State of the Auto Repair Industry Benchmarking Report for 2022. According to the report, AutoLeap obtained data through a comprehensive survey of nearly 300 owners and managers of auto repair shops across North America. The company says it also spoke to various industry experts to collect insights on
IMR has released its latest insights regarding the perception of the trades as a career path within U.S. households. This study surveyed 25,000 nationally representative households during the first quarter of each year since 2020. Thirty-nine percent of households surveyed fully agree that there are unfilled positions in the automotive service industry, providing high job