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Your Employee's Social Media Usage

February 27, 2014 by Kathryn Carlson | 0 comments

Due to the rapid growth of social media, employers and employees have fought to find a balance between social media and the workplace. Individual employees can use their own social media activities as a powerful tool to promote your dealership, but how can you ensure what...

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Documentation is the Best Offense – The Yellow Box

February 24, 2014 by | 0 comments

First impressions can mean everything especially when dealing with a regulatory inspection. If your manifests and documentation are orderly, the impression given to an Inspector is that the rest of your business is also in order. It also indicates that you pay close attent...

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February 2014 Tip of the Month: Do You Know the Social Media Account Privacy Laws in your State?

February 18, 2014 by Rebecca Ward | 0 comments

Due to the rapid growth of social media, employers and employees have fought to find a balance between social media and the workplace. Some employers attempted to require employees to provide access to their social media accounts, causing lawmakers to create legislation to ba...

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Performance Management Best Practices

February 18, 2014 by Kathryn Carlson | 0 comments

To create an efficient and effective work place, performance management should be an ongoing, year-round effort, with daily interactions. Implement the following practices into your process to strengthen your performance management system: Deliver regular feedback. ...

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Safety Culture and You: How Can You Create a Stronger Safety Culture?

February 17, 2014 by | 0 comments

While some employees may think that dealership safety rests solely on the shoulders of executive management that is not the case. Dealership safety is a company-wide responsibility, and though it may seem that your team is doing everything possible, additional steps can al...

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Think Self-Evaluations Aren’t Important? Think Again.

February 13, 2014 by Rebecca Ward | 0 comments

There are a variety of ways to make your performance reviews more powerful; one of the best ways is to integrate the use of self-evaluations. While self-evaluations should already be part of your human resource management system, some managers don’t take advantage of them....

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Getting Started with Lift Safety

February 10, 2014 by | 0 comments

There are a variety of lift training regulations and guidelines out there that include when and how employees should be trained, what kind of lifts you should be using, how to maintain lifts, how often lifts should be inspected, who should inspect lifts, and more. At times...

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Additions to Your Performance Management System: How You Can Improve Your Review Skills

February 06, 2014 by Kathryn Carlson | 0 comments

Let’s face it, performance reviews can be unpleasant for all parties involved. Because a performance review is a necessary part of managing your dealership employees, it is important to use a review system that will adequately reflect your employees work and involvement in...

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Driving Safety: Best Practices That Will Save You Money

February 03, 2014 by | 0 comments

How much money does your dealership pass on to your insurance company because of vehicular accidents and damages every year? What about the direct costs? What could you have done with that money instead? Dollars spent on vehicle accidents not only hurt your bottom line, bu...

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