Poll: Training on-line carwash employees - Professional Carwashing & Detailing

Poll: Training on-line carwash employees

Which of the following do you use to primarily train your on-line employees?

Professional Carwashing & Detailing’s March issue is hot off the press and filled with insightful features geared toward helping your business flourish. The article, “All aboard,” explains employee training’s impact(s) on business.

Group Editorial Director/Editor in Chief Rich DiPaolo discusses how proper employee training can help car care businesses achieve productivity, profit and customer satisfaction goals.

“While the professional carwash industry appropriately focuses on managerial- and owner-specific training, such as covering management and procedure best practices, front-line employees at most carwashes either rely on in-house, secondhand training or, as is often the case, on-the-job training,” asserts DiPaolo in the article. “However, now is the time for owners and operators to really concentrate on correcting this issue before it is too late. No longer at stake is only the issue of clean or unclean cars coming out of your wash.”

You can read the entire feature on employee training here.

In our ongoing effort to stay up to date on the latest news and trends impacting the industry, and to learn more about what matters must to you, our valued readers, our editorial team regularly conducts surveys, polls and reader visits.

This month’s featured poll, which can be found at the right-hand side of the home page, addresses employee training.

Please take our poll, and let us know how your carwash trains on-site employees.

Which of the following do you use to primarily train your on-line employees?

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