In the face of growing regulations and rapidly changing business needs, automobile dealerships are spending more time and energy than ever managing workforce compliance and employee engagement. But who says the two needs are mutually exclusive?
Next month, we’re hosting a webinar all about how your dealership can create a culture of compliance without sending your staff running for the door. And we’ve assembled a crack team to discuss this topic. Webinar attendees will hear from an employment attorney, a human resources wiz, and an automation expert as they discuss some common scenarios dealerships encounter, such as pay plan changes, employee accommodations, and terminations.
Now, meet your speakers:
Eric Cook, Associate Director of HR Services, HR Support Center
Eric Cook helps lead Compli’s HR Support Center, which provides access to a team of certified HR experts with both state and federal expertise, proactive email alerts on regulatory changes, weekly and monthly bulletins, and an HR resource portal. Eric has served in the HR departments of organizations such as Stahancyk, Kent & Hook P.C. and PCD Group, and he brings to our company a wide range of experience in helping employees become happier, healthier, and better attuned to their employers’ values and objectives.
Steve Roppolo, Partner, Fisher Phillips
Stephen J. Roppolo is managing partner for Fisher Phillips’ office in Houston. As an attorney, he has defended companies against allegations of harassment, discrimination, defamation, and more, and has litigated myriad employment claims in federal and state courts on behalf of employers. With unique knowledge of dealerships’ employment challenges, Steve frequently counsels automobile organizations to develop training procedures, minimize litigation exposure, and solve everyday workforce concerns.
Kynzie Sims, Legal Content Product Manager, Compli
If you’ve attended any of our webinars before, you probably know Kynzie Sims. Kynzie is Compli’s resident authority on all things legal and compliance. She is a regular presenter at our webinars and in-person events, and a chief designer of our content products. Before joining Compli, Kynzie clerked for the Marion County District Attorney’s Office and served as in-house counsel and employment content manager for NAVEX Global.
Reserve Your Spot Now
We’re looking forward to hearing from Eric, Steve, and Kynzie next month about what dealerships can do to create a culture of compliance without sending their staff running for the door. Don’t wait to reserve your spot! Sign up for “Keep Your Dealership Compliant Without Scaring Employees Away” here.
(PS – If you can’t make it on October 10th, don’t worry! Sign up anyway and we’ll send you the recording via email following the webinar.)