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New White Paper: Hiring in the Automotive Industry

Posted by James Patrick Kahler on January 19, 2015

Managing an effective team at a dealership isn’t easy to do. It’s hard to find salespeople who’ll stick around for the long run; that’s why there's a 66% turnover rate facing the auto industry, according to the NADA’s 2014 Dealership Workforce Study. While turnover can take a toll on any business, it seems to be a serious issue amongst dealerships—one that seems nearly impossible to fix. However, that’s not true. Mini_Whitepaper_Overcoming_Challenges

Here at Hireology, we understand the difficulties of building a solid team at dealerships. Nevertheless, the turnover rate at dealerships doesn’t have to be so high and we can tell you why. We now have a white paper that dives into the state of hiring at dealerships and gives insight on how to help lower turnover and develop a team of salespeople that are fit for the foreseeable future.

This white paper includes insight on the following topics:

  •       When Hiring Goes Off Course
  •       Test Driving Candidates Before Hiring
  •       Steering Your Auto Dealership In A New Direction
  •       Putting The Right People Behind The Wheel At Your Dealership
  •       How To Reduce Turnover

Click on the free white paper below to gain industry-leading insight on how to improve the hiring process at your dealership. You’ll be glad you did! 

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James Patrick Kahler

About the Author

James Patrick Kahler is Hireology’s Copywriter & Content Specialist. He is a graduate of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University and has over four years of professional experience writing for various industries. Outside of the office (and sometimes inside), he has a passion for comedy, advertising and his Cleveland sports teams…all of them.