Note: This is a guest post from Complí, a Hireology partner that manages HR and compliance initiatives across the entire workforce. Starting with this post, expert content from Complí will
Hireology is excited to announce our second annual retail automotive human capital management summit, Elevate, which will take place in Chicago on October 2, 2018. Between decreasing profit margins, increasing
It seems almost every week, a new dealership acquisition is announced – if not more. And any time a new dealership is acquired, it also means acquiring the dealership’s people.
The retail automotive landscape saw change and challenges in 2017. From natural disasters impacting Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico to the end of a seven-year long sales rally, much of
F&I employees are a top driver dealership customer satisfaction, only following sales personnel, according to the 2017 Car Buyer Journey from Cox Automotive. But F&I personnel have room for improvement
NADA has released its annual Dealership Workforce Study and like previous years, the study is packed with a wealth of information on key trends and activities surrounding the dealership workforce.
According to a recent study, dealers have room for improvement when it comes to earning customer trust. The 2017 AMCI Inside Trusted Automotive Brand Study found that no automotive brand
Traditional dealerships are no longer the only option consumers have when it comes to car buying. Disruptive business models from Amazon, Carvana and others are transforming the automotive industry and
The retail automotive industry has seen ever-increasing sales since 2013, but experts predict this momentum may have plateaued – and will likely decline in the coming years. Hiring the right
When you think of a dealership, several traditional automotive job roles – including sales managers and service technicians – likely come to mind. But as reported in Automotive News, some