The new year is here, and with any luck you’re already eating better, supporting local causes and spending more time with the people you love. But if you work for a finance institution or operate an automotive dealership—and especially if you’re involved in the finance and insurance department—I’d like to suggest another resolution for 2017:
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The 2017 National Automobile Dealers Association Convention & Expo is just a couple weeks away, and it already feels like one of this year’s highlights. With the association celebrating its 100th anniversary by taking the convention to New Orleans, NADA100 promises to be an invigorating and lively time. If you’re one of the lucky 24,000+ […]
Maybe it’s something in the water: companies in states south of Lake Michigan seem to suffer higher rates of employee lawsuits compared to the rest of the US. The real reason for this map is much more nuanced, of course, and has nothing to do with what’s running through the pipes.
Having a “growth problem” is an oxymoron. If your business is growing and you need to hire more staff that means you are a success and business is booming! But that also means training more employees, managing more vendors, and keeping track of more policies. If this sounds like a problem you are having it […]
Check! There is something super satisfying about the sound of pen tip checking off an item on your To Do List. Also, the sound “X” has a similar effect. Maybe that’s why the section of the Dodd-Frank Act that created the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is called Title X. Try it yourself: X and ✔.
It’s probably time to review your workforce policies, procedures and training. It is critical to pause for a moment and look back at your busy year to ensure that your workforce and your business are in compliance with the dizzying array of rules and regulations that can cost your organization more than just money.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is the main regulating body of the trucking industry. What’s important to know is they aren’t only the regulators behind the new ELD regulations but their primary mission is to prevent commercial motor vehicle-related fatalities and injuries. We found three examples of how your trucking company could get […]
For the amount of money your dealership loses every year due to turnover, you could purchase a 3-bedroom house in the Garden District of New Orleans (convenient if you’re planning to attend NADA in January).
The automotive industry has long prized efficiency. Starting all the way back with Henry Ford’s assembly line in 1913, the people and companies who create, test and sell automotive vehicles tend to love processes that waste as little (time, money, headaches) as possible, and are fundamentally easy to learn, implement and improve.
By this time next year, all commercial trucks in the US will be installed with electronic logging devices.