With 2017 nearly in the rearview, now is a great time to think about your big-picture goals for 2018. What do you aim to accomplish by this time next year? How much does your organization seek to grow? Are there new workforce programs you plan to implement, new products you plan to introduce, or new […]
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Let’s take a look at your dealership’s Compliance Program…a good close look. My guess is there are a host of issues that are slowly draining the life out of it. Taken individually, they’re mundane enough to want to hit the snooze button. “I’ll take care of this after I put out this fire…after I get […]
Remember Compli’s Definitive Guide to Workforce Compliance for Auto Dealers? Of course you do. Our 70-page handbook (which you can download for free here) was one of our most exhaustive resources to date, featuring infographics, worksheets, checklists, and more.
The OSHA Volks Record keeping Rule required employers to retain injury and illness records for five years. The rule was issued December 16th 2016 and went into effect January 18th 2017. Because of its short tenure it was eligible for the Congressional Review Act (CRA) which gives congress 60 legislative days to vote down certain […]
In December, dealerships were preparing for changes to the New Used Car Rule regarding the New Buyers Guide. In January, those changes went into effect. It is now March, so how well did you prepare? Will you pass muster? On March 28th Hudson Cook attorneys Catharine Andricos, Lauren Hunt, and Chris Capurso will be discussing […]
What makes a motor carrier safe? It’s March 2017, and members of the trucking industry are still trying to reach an agreement with regulators.
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.
Concerned about the Department of Transportation’s proposed speed limiter mandate? Join the club: based on the whopping number of complaints the DoT received during the comment period last year, virtually every member of the trucking industry opposes the rule.
“The customer is always right” is no longer just a common business principle, but a regulatory imperative.