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Nonqualified plans provide a competitive benefit and allow employers to create enticing compensation packages.
The most successful dealerships embrace promoting from within and developing their people through the right career path.
Having a strategy to hire service technicians and a plan to engage with them will put you ahead of shops who struggle to navigate the narrowing tech market.
It’s clear that finding the right people continues to be an issue for our industry. Anyone worth hiring is currently working or is waiting to be re-called when their store is looking to staff back to pre-virus numbers.
Making the right hiring decisions will be critical to restarting your dealership’s sales efforts.
Here are some ways your dealership can focus less on hiring new employees and more on building your team.
Keeping an ongoing dialogue with talent is a great first step in being more proactive with recruitment. Here’s how to make sure you tell the right story to high-potential candidates.
One way to fight against the tech shortage is to hire qualified military personnel transitioning into the civilian workforce.
History often repeats itself, especially when a revenue-starved dealer fixates on the dollars generated at an applicant’s last place of employment and neglects to check his or her bona fides. Unfortunately, this negative cycle impacts all of us.
Attracting and retaining top talent involves everything from recruiting and hiring, to compensation and benefits, to training and rewarding staff members. While the following strategies may seem daunting, they are essential for dealers to succeed.
Effective onboarding is critical to ensuring new employees start contributing to your dealership as soon as possible. Here are a few tips to help you speed up onboarding without missing any critical steps.