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How can you effectively use social media to hire and retain employees? Look for Kathryn Carlson’s presentation – AutoCon 2012

August 06, 2012 by Deborah Gibbs

Kathryn Carlson, Product Director for KPA's HR Management System will discuss social hiring at AutoCon 2012. While auto dealerships know that social media is a powerful marketing tool, many don’t realize that it is equally powerful for hiring and retaining quality emplo...

Posted in: Events, Safety Culture, Social Media, Uncategorized Tags: auto dealers, dealership, hiring, HR best practice, Internet Marketing, Kathryn Carlson, NLRB, safety culture, social hiring, social media, speakers Read More

7 Safety Pitfalls in Your Parts Department

July 23, 2012 by Deborah Gibbs

How would your Parts Department fare today, if you received a safety inspection? Our engineers have found 7 common areas where things go wrong. Some are pretty easy to spot, but some are less obvious. Let’s take a look at a few: 1) Unsafe storage on shelves  If you h...

Posted in: DOT, KPA, Safety Culture Tags: DOT compliance, DOT hazmat, hazardous materials, hazmat shipping, NLRB, OSHA, safety culture, video, workplace injuries Read More

Employee Rights Posting Postponed Yet Again- Now Required by April 30, 2012

January 18, 2012 by Kathryn Carlson

For the second time, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) postponed the effective date for posting its employee rights notice. The new date is April 30, 2012. Most private-sector employers including dealerships must post a new notice issued by the NLRB entitled, “Employe...

Posted in: HR: Industry Updates, Human Resources Management, Labor Unions Tags: Employee Rights Notice, national labor relations board, NLRB Read More

NLRB Delays NLRA Employee Rights Notice Posting Requirement Until January 31, 2011

October 11, 2011 by Kathryn Carlson

The National Labor Relations Board has pushed back the requirement to post a notice advising employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act from November 14, 2011 until January 31, 2012. A number of trade and industry groups have challenged the posting req...

Posted in: Employee Relations, HR: Industry Updates, Labor Unions Tags: employee rights, NADA, national labor relations act, national labor relations board, NLRB Read More

Firing for a Facebook Post? Maybe Yes, Maybe No

October 05, 2011 by Kathryn Carlson

An NLRB administrative law judge has ruled that a Chicago-area luxury car dealership did not violate federal labor law when it terminated a salesman who posted pictures and comments about an accident on his Facebook page. The judge rejected the NLRB's argument that the termi...

Posted in: Employee Relations, HR: Industry Updates Tags: Facebook, Firing, NLRA, NLRB, Termination Read More

Unionized or Not, NLRB Rules Apply to Dealerships

September 01, 2011 by Kathryn Carlson

On 8/25/11, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued the final rule that requires nearly all private-sector employers to post a notice notifying employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). Agricultural, railroad, airline employers and th...

Posted in: Employee Relations, HR: Industry Updates, Labor Unions Tags: NLRB, NLRB Rules, social media, Unions Read More