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Articles Tagged with ''labor''

How to start a carwash: Coaching up employees

For business owners, finding and developing the most valuable employees, productive "A" players, can be a major hurdle.


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Judge rules tip-pooling case must go before jury

LAWRENCE, N.Y. — The Fair Labor Standards Act requires businesses to provide advance notice to employees if they claim a tip credit, and one carwash worker said this didn’t happen.


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Precision and communication via carwash controllers

As new services are added, controller functions become more important than ever.

Modern carwash controllers are responsible for the traditional as well as the newly-added functions in the typical carwash.


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How to start a carwash: Finding and keeping employees

Tips and helpful hints for keeping your team (and customer base) strong.

With the right attention to your employees, your carwash can run even more efficiently and it can better serve the wants and needs of customers.


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Blog: Carwashing is a land of opportunity

I am always happy to see the car care industry get creative when it comes to training and hiring new employees.
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Blog: ‘Yea or nay’ on raising minimum wage?

NEW YORK — A state senator says an increase would have an overall positive effect on the economy.
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Update: Union employees return to work

NEW YORK — After walking away from their carwash jobs, employees returned later that afternoon.
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Reducing Cost by using Chemical Titration

CarWash College™ Maintenance Tip of the Month:
In a car wash your chemical expense is going to be second only to the labor cost.
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