Mechanic Culture to Rivian's Toxic Bro Culture with Jay Goninen
From wages to skills to diversity, equity, and inclusion, Jay Goninen and Wisco discuss into many facets that affect the mechanic culture.
- Are mechanics proactively learning electrical and computer engineering?
- Are wage rates being passed down to customers?
- Is there really no equality in the automotive space?
- Laura Schwab accuses Rivian as a 'toxic bro culture'
- Art and science of making decisions
> About Jay and WrenchWay | https://wrenchway.com/
> Why Technicians Are Leaving the Industry | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ecMxevUnWOc
> The No Assholes Rule | https://tinyurl.com/tekcsbp3
> Laura Schwab Blog | https://tinyurl.com/38bnxpth
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