What brought you into the Collision Repair Industry?

Written by Bill Sefcek

Jul 21, 2021

July 21, 2021

Collision Repair Technician 5 Minute Survey

What is your role in the company you are currently working for?

Administration, Paint, Body, Estimating?

What did you see in the Collision Repair Industry that had you make a career in it?

Give a short answer with the

What or who has been your greatest influence in your life, business or personal?

How do you feel about the involvement of the OEM’s in the repair process?

Do you feel there is a strong enough emphasis on training in the industry?

A yes or no question.

What is your number one environmental and cultural need?

What provides you the most satisfaction in your workday?

What gives you the most satisfaction in your tool to task duties?

What is your number one challenge in the workplace?

What do you see as the number one challenge for the industry?

Do you feel there is a strong enough emphasis on training in the industry?

How do you see the Collision Repair Industries future?

What keeps you in it ?

Describe briefly what keeps you in the Collision Repair Industry.

Would you be willing to let us contact you to ask you some additional questions?

If ok, please enter your name, email and phone number.

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