We are delighted to bring you the first automotive recruitment publication of its kind focused on looking at the different solutions available to employers seeking to tackle skill shortages in their workshops.
According to statistics, a vehicle technician role is one of the most difficult positions to fill.
Fast-paced technological changes, coupled with a lack of skilled applicants, are the top challenges facing the motor trade, not only in the UK but across Europe.
One of the key learnings we have made in our first decade of business is that recruitment within the automotive industry requires a number of different solutions. As a result, we have put together the Autotech Recruit Guide to Overcoming Automotive Talent Shortages, which is the first automotive recruitment publication of its kind, focused on looking at the different solutions available to employers. We believe that when effectively combined, these solutions will ultimately help overcome the talent shortage in our industry.
Our 16-page booklet is packed with tips and advice from the leading experts within the automotive and recruitment industries, including Quentin Le Hetet (GiPA), Andy Savva (The Garage Inspector), Paul Binks (European Tyre Enterprise), James Osborne (The Recruitment Network) along with Autotech Recruit's own Gavin White and Mandla Ndhlovu.
The Autotech Recruit Guide to Overcoming Automotive Talent Shortages comprises articles about:
- Effective recruitment strategies to help overcome talent shortages
- Attracting and retaining vehicle technicians
- Flexible working
- Creating an ongoing training culture
- Nurturing the next generation of automotive talent
- Workshop staffing challenges in light of technological developments.
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