Managing a dealership is hard work. One reason why, says Patrick Sanders, general counsel at the Mungenast Auto Family, is that dealers have to manage three times as much work as businesses in other fields:
“You’re really running three different businesses at the same time. You’re running an auto sales, you’re running auto service and you’re also running a parts company.”
It’s no wonder auto dealers see myriad benefits from the use of a balanced workforce compliance program. After all, when you need to juggle three distinct lines of business, your compliance program needs to be at once broad-reaching and precise, flexible and dependable. A balanced approach to business calls for a balanced approach to regulations.
We’ve written before about the elements of a balanced compliance program, and today I’d like to share some more guidance on the subject, adapted from our recent webinar with the Open Compliance and Ethics Group. The webinar featured Patrick along with Compli CEO Rob Warmack and OCEG President Carole Switzer.
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Want to find out more about what a balanced compliance program looks like and how to implement one in your organization?
Our friends at OCEG have your back. Free users can download the slides from our recent webinar, “Balancing Your Compliance Program: The Power of Automated Workforce Execution.” And, if you have an All Access Pass, you can watch the archived video in full.