With well over a quarter million job posts and tens of thousands of positions to be filled, there is no shortage of competition for competent and qualified diesel mechanics. What should be listed on your ads? Should you gear your messaging around technicians or mechanics? What about sign-on bonuses or relocation pay?
On this very special Halloween edition of Listening In, Seth welcomes a special guest (or is it two)? Watch the episode to get all the details on what went well and where the recruiter fell short. Enjoy. Happy Halloween!
Calls, calls, calls! On today’s episode, Dave and his guests will dive into everything calls. Have you ever wondered how much you should weight inbound vs. outbound calls? How do you effectively priortize calls and which recruiters field particular calls? What about weekend or after hours calls? Where does automation fill in?
Are you struggling to hire diesel techs? Maybe your team is making a very common mistake. Today on Listening In Seth will review a diesel tech recruiting call and highlight where it all went wrong. Watch the full episode to find out the one thing your recruiters absolutely must not do!
On a scale of 1 to 100, the recruiting difficulty for scoring an experienced diesel technician ranks a 99. That means every call that recruiters field with diesel techs, particularly veteran techs is very important. On today’s episode, Seth listens in to a call between a recruiter (we think … he never clarifies – strike 1) and a technician with over 20 years of experience.
The automotive, agriculture, construction, and trucking industries are all searching for the same thing. What could it possibly be? You’ll have to watch the full episode to find out!