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.
Compliance topics for HR professionals. The latest corporate compliance news, tools and insights to keep you cool, calm and compliant.
Independence is the ability to live life on your own terms: to be able to do whatever you want—whenever, wherever, and however you want to do it. As Americans, we tend to prize and celebrate our independence (and not just on the 4th of July). We’ve embraced technology, such as video conferencing and smartphones, that […]
When you’re searching for ways to find and keep truck drivers, it’s important to know the difference between gimmicks (iPads in every vehicle! A hefty sign-on bonus!) and the things that actually work. While massive, international fleets may be able to conduct expensive experiments, intelligence around retention and recruitment looks markedly different for the rest […]
There are a lot of news stories out there about truck driver shortages. These stories point to a variety of causes: Aging drivers Lack of qualified drivers Low interest among younger generations The question becomes how do you attract fresh blood? Is there a new vein of drivers that can be tapped and are there […]
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 […]
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 […]
Picture an automotive dealership in the year 2025. What did you imagine? An automated service garage? Self-driving cars? Better coffee in the lobby?
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.
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.
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.