Starting tomorrow, the ‘the world’s largest international gathering place for franchised new-vehicle dealers’ will begin at the Las Vegas Convention Center. It’s also where Hireology plans to do two significant things: further educate dealership principals on better hiring, as well as release new products on location.
Hireology is excited to be attending the 2016 NADA Convention & Expo (March 31-April 3rd) for the second year in a row. What makes this year a bit more exciting than the last is that our CEO, Adam Robinson, is slotted as a guest speaker and we have new products that we’re specifically releasing at this year’s conference. We’re also looking forward to informing dealerships on how they can build better teams, businesses and eventually become a ‘Best Dealership To Work For’- recognized by Automotive News.
If you are attending NADA this year, be sure to make time to see Adam present Predicting Success: Selecting the Right Employee. Adam will be presenting during four sessions, all of which will focus on the significance of smarter dealership hiring, at these times (all times are in Pacific Time Zone – PT):
- Thursday, March 31st at 2:50pm – 3:15pm in Theater 2
- Friday, April 1st at 11:20am – 11:45am in Theater 1
- Saturday, April 2nd at 9:20am – 9:45am in Theater 2
- Saturday, April 2nd at 11:05am – 11:30am in Theater 2
Register for the 5th Annual ‘Best Dealerships To Work For’
If you’re currently using Hireology’s platform and are happy with the team that you’ve built at your dealership, be sure to register for the 5th annual Automotive News ‘Best Dealership To Work For’ by clicking the link here. Regardless of whether or not you’re working with Hireology, don’t forget to stop by Booth #6651N to learn firsthand about our latest products that’ll help form stronger teams at your dealership. We look forward to seeing you this weekend!
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