Doing Free Work As A Technician ~ Audio Podcast Episode 19

Doing free work as an automotive tech. Free work is something that can ruin a day when you are paid on flat rate. But doing little things for customers can really set you apart from other tech. We need to look at free work as a small investment in building our customer base. Just to be clear, techs need to get paid for the work they do. The mind set of doing free work needs to be properly placed.

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On today’s automotive podcast we talk about:

  • A quick review of flat rate. Full show about Flat Rate
  • What do I mean by “free work”
  • How we get pulled into doing free work
  • How free work can be bad for a tech
  • How it is good for techs
  • Jobs you should NOT be doing for free
  • Time investments
  • and more

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