Do you have a plan to deal with technician brain drain?

Advice on how vehicle maintenance shops can address the challenges from an increasing age profile of technicians.


Another best practice Florida Power & Light devised is to conduct a study to determine the average age of its employees and when they would be eligible for retirement.

It then began proactively taking the necessary actions to effectively prepare for the eventualities.

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