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Are You Hiring for Skill Sets Your Dealership Needs Most?

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The 21st Century is shaping up to be one of great change for the auto industry. In this ever-shifting environment it seems harder than ever to determine who would make a good team member when looking at potential employees. That said, there are a few key skills you’ll want to look for during the interview […]
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Five Tips for Handling Internal Staff Transitions Within Your Dealership

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In an ideal world, today’s entry-level employees would always become tomorrow’s senior leaders at your dealership. Ultimately, many factors impact whether an employee makes a lateral or vertical transition within a company. The level of experience, your evolving staffing needs, and their ability to stay with the company for the long haul are all critical […]
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Do you know it all?

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Unless you’ve sold a car to everyone in your town, there’s always a new customer to meet or a new approach to the business that you can get excited about. On this week’s edition of Straight Talk, David talks about how beneficial it is to always be ready to learn.
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CBT News – November 19, 2015

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On today's show: Mike Anderson, CEO of the Rikess Group, discusses the benefits of less negotiating, more explaining Are your customers aware of features...

Are your customers aware of features on their new vehicles?

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The tech world is evolving and that means more tech bells and whistles inside new vehicles. It also means that some of that tech is not being used. Matt Rodeghero, Chief Product Officer at AutoLoop, says tech is not being used because customers are simply unaware of it. In a report by J.D. Power, Rodeghero discovered […]
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