“Knowing that all the stuff that is out there that can get you into trouble and might be there, and you are relying on other people to make sure it’s done.” is what keeps Jeff Johnson, CFO of Mike Shaw Automotive up at night. “An old boss of mine said a long time ago, “You […]
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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 […]
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.
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 CFPB releases a Monthly Complaint Report which provides high level insight on consumer complaint trends for 11 products including consumer loans. According to Compliance Week, of the over 1 million public complaints the top 100,00 are about debt collector’s harassing and deceptive tactics.
If you’ve paid attention to any news about the trucking industry over the past couple years, chances are high you’ve seen one repeated once, twice, or a few hundred times: Turnover.
Believe it or not, we’re already one month into 2017. And if the last few weeks have been any indication, the United States will play host to countless legal debates and political battles for the foreseeable future.
The Federal Trade Commission created the Do Not Call Registry in 2004 and since then the rate of complaints filed has skyrocketed. Two years ago the FTC reported an amazing 300,000 complaints a month about robocalls and telemarketers. If seeing is believing, then take a look at Telemarketing Sales Complaints Over the Years infographic that […]