Mobile Air Conditioning Society Reminds Industry on January 1 Refrigerant Sales Restriction Deadline Distributors of refrigerants will be limited to certified technicians and businesses who employ them starting in 2018 The Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS) is reminding automotive technicians who service mobile A/C systems and distributors who sell refrigerant of the need to be
The AASP-MO Leadership and Management Summit The AASP-Missouri Leadership & Management Summit featuring “A Day With Richard Flint” was a great success. The attendees experienced Richard Flint at full throttle. Richard brought his unique style to drive home some awesome ideas, thoughts and processes to help the attendees push their businesses to the next level.
Eight Bad Mistakes that Make Good Employees Leave Creating a stable environment that promotes achievement, unity, and personality is essential to successful workplaces. Few things are as costly and disruptive as good people walking out the door. Dr. Travis Bradberry shows you how to make it stop. It’s tough to hold on to good employees,
2018 Legislative Session Session Begins Wednesday, January 3, 2018 Last Day To File Bills is March 1, 2018 HB 1444 — VEHICLE LICENSING – SPONSOR: Eggleston (WE OPPPOSE THIS BILL) Referred To House Transportation Committee: This bill repeals the inspection requirement for non-commercial motor vehicles which is currently required in order to renew a
HManaging Vacation Time Maintaining a work life balance is important, and part of that is taking vacation time. Managing time off isn’t always easy, especially when your staff size is small to begin with. Tim Paap, owner of Paap Auto Body in Mattoon, IL, has a staff of seven, including himself, producing $1.3 million per