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25 Ways to Attract and Retain  Equipment Technician Talent

25 Ways to Attract and Retain Equipment Technician Talent

[Author: INEDA Staff, 05.2020 | Keywords: Recruiting, Workforce Development] The stakes are high. Recruiting and retaining technicians will be one of the top three success factors in the ag and construction equipment industry over the next 10 to 15 years. And whoever figures out the workforce equation is going to be in the driver’s seat…. Read More »

Unleash the Power of Your Employees to Help  Find Your Next Hire

Unleash the Power of Your Employees to Help Find Your Next Hire

[Author: Will Rogers, 05.20 | Keyword: Recruiting, Workforce Development] I know this is a difficult time for you and your business. At the same time, we will get through the COVID-19 pandemic and life to return to a “new normal” in the weeks and months to come. One of the things that will likely continue… Read More »

Recruiting for Technology

Recruiting for Technology

[Author: Andrew E. Goodman, President/CEO, 03.2017 | Keywords: Executive Insight, Recruiting] The critical issue of recruiting and training top notch service technicians has been addressed in past issues of The Retailer. Traditionally, these articles focused on recruiting community college students or graduates trained to service equipment. However, as equipment continues to become more technically advanced,… Read More »

Career Fairs = Another Tool in your Recruiting Toolbox

[Source: INEDA, 11.2016 | Keywords: Human Resources, Recruiting] Nearly 60,000 high-skilled agriculture job openings are expected annually in the United States, yet only 35,000 graduates are currently available to fill them, according to the U.S. Department of Ag. How can your dealership reach and hire these recent college graduates? What can you do to set… Read More »

WOMEN’S EVOLVING ROLES AT THE DEALERSHIP AND ON THE FARM

[Source: INEDA, 11.2016 | Keywords: Women, Dealer, Recruiting] Denise Nelsen has been with AgDirect since its inception in 1998 as part of her 25-year career in the Farm Credit system. The York, Nebraska-based territory manager said that while it was her dream job from day one, working in a male-dominated industry wasn’t always easy. “I… Read More »