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Do Titles Really Matter in the Automotive Dealership Industry?

By |2023-04-13T14:41:29-05:00April 12th, 2023|

While job titles can provide a sense of professional identity, recognition, and status, they can also create a hierarchical structure that stifles creativity and collaboration. Focusing on job function rather than titles can lead to better collaboration and overall productivity, as employees feel valued for their skills and contributions rather than the label assigned to them.

Internal Recruiting vs. Hiring a Recruiting Firm for Automotive Dealerships

By |2023-03-16T23:46:13-05:00March 16th, 2023|

Finding the right talent can be the difference between success and failure in this highly competitive industry. There are two primary ways to recruit new employees: internal recruiting and hiring a recruiting firm.

Partner Spotlight on Staffing Automotive Teams in 2023: Bruce Daugherty Consulting

By |2023-02-16T15:17:16-06:00February 14th, 2023|Tags: , |

Bruce shares his insights about hiring, firing, and potentially rehiring in 2023.

Want Your Dealership to be a Top Performer? Here’s How Top Performing Auto Dealerships Separate Themselves

By |2022-12-09T10:49:08-06:00November 22nd, 2022|Tags: , |

Top performing auto dealerships separate themselves by offering digital options, adapting to customer desires, investing in their staff, and more.

How to Attract and Retain Top Talent in the Car Dealership Industry

By |2022-11-07T10:05:30-06:00November 8th, 2022|Tags: , |

Hiring and retaining top talent is challenging for any industry, but it's especially difficult in the auto industry. According to a recent Cox Automotive Dealership Staffing Study, most dealerships aim to expand their headcount. This means that competition for new job candidates is extremely high. The good news is [...]

U.S. Dealership Employee Turnover Drops to Record Low as Compensation Tops $100,000

By |2022-11-07T10:04:57-06:00October 27th, 2022|Tags: , |

The study found that average industry turnover was 34 percent in 2021—the lowest level in the 11-year history of the NADA’s annual Dealership Workforce Study.

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