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I-CARE – 5 Steps to Work Orders that Shout “Value”

When I have the opportunity to speak with service managers, one of the discussion points that inevitably comes up is about the quality of the work order summaries written by their service technicians. It seems that in many organizations, the quality of the written summaries of work is all over the map – from very poor to excellent. When I ask if they have clear and simple guidelines to help their busy technicians to consistently write well, they often admit that those guidelines are still on the “to do” list.

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4 Components of a Better Technician Work Order Resolution Description

Frustrated by the poor quality of the information provided by your technicians on work orders? The importance of the quality of the work order resolution description is often overlooked. The fact is the quality of this information is very important! Below are 4, easily remembered components that your technicians can include to better communicate the value of the work they have performed. The four components are captured using the acronym CARE.

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