• November 22, 2019 at 2:01 pm #94265
    Tom Ham
    Participant

    1) How much has your labor rate changed over the past year?

    2) How much do you expect your labor rate to change over the next year?

     

    Tom - Shop Owner since 1978

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    November 25, 2019 at 6:10 pm #94311
    Michael Turner
    Participant

    We adjust our labor rate every 6 months at a min. % eqaul to CPI for our area . Which this year is 4.1 % in June and in January. Then we check our labor cost and profitabliity from there to see if that is correct.

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    December 2, 2019 at 4:02 pm #94424
    Richard Zaagman
    Participant

    I’d guess we raised the rates about 5 donuts in the last year and will probably raise them again another 5 donuts by January I suspect.

    December 2, 2019 at 4:24 pm #94427
    nctransmission
    Participant

    My labor rate went up $5/hr for transmission, and $15/hr for general auto.  I remain one of the most expensive shops in town, and ye am still here in business 10+ years after buying a business.

    December 15, 2019 at 9:37 pm #94713
    Victor Flores
    Participant

    1) How much has your labor rate changed over the past year?

    2) How much do you expect your labor rate to change over the next year?

    Was $75 on 2018, $85 2019,  will be $90 or $95 next year.

    December 16, 2019 at 11:06 am #94721
    Fred May
    Member

    California still leads the nation in mediocrity. Excess taxes, fees and permits abound.  We pay $900 per just for our “health” permit. In any case, labor rates will go over $200 buy yes end.

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