Data from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) shows that there is a strong correlation between high driver attrition (turnover) and low compliance rankings. Driver attrition is a well-known problem for trucking companies in terms of employment costs, but high turnover was not connected with landing trucking companies in the hot seat with FMCSA […]
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For the past decade, the transportation industry has struggled with an employment crisis, as rates of trucker turnover have reached and even exceeded 100%.
Picture an automotive dealership in the year 2025. What did you imagine? An automated service garage? Self-driving cars? Better coffee in the lobby?
Last week, we recapped Compli’s “Fair Lending in the Trump Era” webinar, which explored the past, present, and future of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. One of the key points in the CFPB’s development and regulatory focus, co-host Michael Benoit told us, is the theory of “disparate impact.”
We tend to regard compliance as the process of adhering to state and federal laws. But it’s something much more tangible in practice. For many dealerships, compliance can be described as the art of not maddening people.
We polled attendees from our recent webinar on changes to fair lending compliance in light of the new administration (It was a hot webinar, catch the replay, if you missed it).
Compliance should help your business – not get in its way. For us, that means providing our dealership clients with a compliance management system that built with their specific needs in mind.
Cost savings is such a sweet, yet sensible phrase. In an industry that is experiencing a downward trend in return on assets (ROA) and pre-tax margin, liek we’re seeing in auto finance,then cost savings is a must. Pre-tax margin indicates the profitability of an industry and ROA is an indicator of how effective management is […]
Hudson Cook stops by the Smart Compliance Blog this week, where Allen Denson and Lucy Morris give us their take on the state of regulations in 2017. Here’s what they had to say:
John Thompson from Fisher Phillips stopped by this week to remind employers about something most of us do not associate with “professionals.” I am referring to a ‘workweek’ most associate with hourly-wage earners.