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Tip of the Month

May 2015 Tip of the Month: New California Heat Illness Regulation

May 13, 2015 by | 0 comments

CalOSHA has made a series of changes to the Heat Illness Prevention standard. Effectual May 1, 2015 the revised regulations may have a significant impact on dealers. To learn the changes click here . 

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March 2015 Tip of the Month: How Efficient Could your HR Staff Be?

March 10, 2015 by Global Administrator | 0 comments

A recent study noted that 30% of HR employee time is spent searching for documents. What could your HR department accomplish if their time was spent on other initiatives? Use the KPA HR Software ROI Calculator to find out how efficient your HR staff could be with the right so...

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February 2015 Tip of the Month: Why are Personnel Files Important?

February 18, 2015 by | 0 comments

With all of the details that go into keeping compliant personnel files, it's easy to forget why they're necessary. Don’t forget that personnel files are usually the first thing reviewed in litigation and that incomplete, sloppy, or incorrect records can destroy an employer's ...

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November 2014 Tip of the Month: Are you Prepared to Compliantly Return or Dispose of Airbags?

November 10, 2014 by Rebecca Ward | 0 comments

7.8 million vehicles have been affected by the faulty Takata airbag recall. As a dealer, it will be your responsibility to safely and compliantly return or dispose of those airbags when they are replaced in your facility. View your State’s specific airbag disposal and rec...

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October 2014 Tip of the Month: What Should Never be included in Personnel Files?

October 10, 2014 by Rebecca Ward | 0 comments

The confidentiality of personnel files is of great importance. Personnel files must be stored in a locked, fire-proof file cabinet in a locked location that is only available to Human Resources staff. While most documents are kept within personnel files, confidential informat...

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September 2014 Tip of the Month – What is HR Automation?

September 08, 2014 by Rebecca Ward | 0 comments

HR Automation is the process of transitioning your paper-based HR products to an online system. HR Automation programs allow owners, managers, and employees to perform HR-related functions on their own. These self-serve options allow actions to be taken at individual convenie...

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August 2014 Tip of the Month: The Value of a Well-Rounded Compensation Package

August 07, 2014 by Rebecca Ward | 0 comments

To attract and retain dealership employees, offer a well-rounded compensation package. Compensation is comprised of four main parts: fixed pay, variable pay, short-term incentive pay, and long-term incentive pay. By utilizing all four parts of compensation, you positively rei...

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July 2014 DigiGo Tip of the Month: Optimizing your Emails for Mobile

July 14, 2014 by Erika Simms | 0 comments

Are your emails optimized for mobile sites? Of the 70 Million mobile users, 43% check their email on it 4 or more times a day . This means that if you aren’t optimizing your emails, you are missing out on a huge group of consumers. To optimize emails for mobile, implement th...

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July 2014 Tip of the Month: The Importance of Lift Training

July 02, 2014 by Rebecca Ward | 0 comments

Two Colorado auto facilities were cited for serious safety violations at the end of June 2014. According to the OSHA release , both shops were fined due to employee risk of being crushed under vehicle lifts. The lifts were not equipped with operational safety locks or adequa...

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DigiGo Tip of the Month May 2014: Your Post Length

May 19, 2014 by Rebecca Ward | 0 comments

The next time you post, try to keep your lines to a minimum. Social experts agree that the following lengths are the best: Twitter: The limit is 140, but studies show that the ideal length of a tweet is 100 characters. Buddy media research shows that tweets shorter than 1...

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