Managing dealerships these days is getting more complicated as each day passes – certainly not less. We can add two ingredients to make it even more complex:
First, how about managing multiple rooftops?
Ready for another one? Managing rooftops across multiple state lines.
You’ve got different people in different buildings (potentially in different states) doing different things…maybe following the rules, maybe not. Now, try and keep all of them straight, keep them out of trouble, and keep them from running to the dealership down the street.
How do you do this and keep all the hair on your head? How do you keep tabs on what’s going on at each of your rooftops?
When a single HR or compliance issue at a single location can jeopardize your entire dealership, you can’t afford to assume anything.
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The automotive regulatory environment is more dynamic and complex than ever, and the old tools can no longer do the job. To quote one of our customers, “You have to be able to inspect what you expect.” If you rely on a patchwork of emails and spreadsheets to keep track of your compliance program, you’re courting serious risk—and may not even know it. Moreover, you’re almost certainly losing money in the form of administrative overhead, employee turnover, and legal costs.
Dealership Compliance Checklist
If the DOL, FTC, CFPB, OSHA or another agency shows up at your door, are you prepared? What if your dealership gets sued? If the idea of a regulatory audit or lawsuit makes you break into a cold sweat, this checklist is your first step in proactive preparation.
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To avoid nasty surprises, today’s dealerships need to stay ahead of regulators and manage workforce compliance proactively. That means having real-time visibility into your policies, trainings, forms, procedures, individual employee compliance status, and other important information exactly when you need it.
It’s time to consider automating and streamlining your dealership’s compliance program. Your HR managers, your workforce, and—most important—your customers will thank you for it.