Good day! I am Jerry Holcom, the president of the Automotive Service Association of the Midwest. Our association has presented the VISION Hi-Tech Training and Expo for the past 25 years, and an important part of our activity has been awarding scholarships to deserving students involved in a high school or post-secondary automotive career program.
Question: We have an employee who is out on FMLA leave and now has been cleared to come back to work on an intermittent basis. Due to his serious health condition, he will be placed on intermittent FMLA leave. The employee was a salaried manager and now will only be able to work around 20
Over the past 2-3 weeks many of you saw obituaries posted for Ed Schaeffer, Roger Hurst, and Megan Crees. Sheri put together a very nice announcement and sent it out so everyone knew some details. While I did not know Megan or her husband Andy, it was sad to read about her passing and some
It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity! Unless you work outdoors, that is. Then it’s both. Working outside on a nice summer day can be a pleasure. But if your job takes you outdoors when it’s hot and humid, it can stop being pleasurable and become downright dangerous. In 2015 alone, 37 workers died and
I’ve been in this business for a few years and whether I heard it during a training event, picked it up while networking, or just figured it out, I know that to retain or to acquire new clients you have to build relationships with them. Repairing their vehicles correctly the first time is just expected;