Big Benefit 5: Workforce compliance automation reduces the compliance burden on managers
Auto dealerships don’t typically have huge HR departments. They tend to run with a lean staﬀ, particularly if the dealership has grown rapidly. In most cases internal processes aren’t built to support the HR team’s need for eﬃciency.
Automating auto dealer compliance policies and procedures saves many hours of work and frustration, avoids process bottlenecks, and takes the compliance burden oﬀ of sales managers, letting them focus instead on selling more cars. And because automation’s eﬃciencies can lead to cost savings over manual methods, many dealerships ﬁnd they can hire personnel to form a more complete human resources department.
“Because compliance automation saved us $208,000 per year, we were able to hire a full-time Human Resources Manager, which freed sales managers to focus on driving auto sales.”
Controller, LaFontaine Auto Group
CASE STUDY SNAPSHOT: TRICOLOR AUTO GROUP
- Employee paperwork and onboarding processes inconsistent and time-consuming
- Lack of bilingual documents created confusion for Spanish speaking employees
- Saved $1,500 in paper supplies the ﬁrst day
- All compliance documents now available in English and Spanish
- Reduced manager’s time spent on compliance obligations by 50%, saving $45,000 the ﬁrst year
Cool, calm and compliant behind the wheel using workforce compliance automation
Automating your auto dealership compliance program means putting into action reliable, repeatable management and monitoring of your compliance initiatives. This ensures the right people get the right content at the right time. By automating these outdated ways of working you get peace of mind knowing your compliance program is rock-solid, defensible and promotes a healthy company culture. Compli’s easy to use compliance automation platform – coupled with the relevant content (like policies, training, forms & assessments) makes compliance easier for your workforce – mitigating business risk while saving you time and money. Spend more time on cars and less on workforce compliance.