NADA’s “Dealership Workforce Study” Open through April 28 Participants receive two complimentary reports 18 The National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Dealership Workforce Study provides the industry’s only authoritative analysis of employee compensation, retention / turnover, benefits, work schedules and demographics. Dealerships that complete a questionnaire and submit their payroll data will receive two complimentary reports: One report shows the comparison between your dealership’s numbers and those collected from your national and regional peers. The other provides overall analyses of the industry for each U.S. region. Dealers can enroll as individual dealerships or dealer groups using a secure, web-based process that involves completing a survey and uploading their payroll data. The deadline for participating is April 28, 2017. Dealers are encouraged to complete the survey. The data gathered in these reports enables dealers to make informed decisions on pay plans, benefits, work schedules, and more. The greater the level of participation, the more accurate the findings will be. To begin the process, visit nadaworkforcestudy.com. If you have any questions, email WorkforceStudy@nada.org or call 800.557.6232.
GNYADA’s Employment Corner is a free recruiting and job placement service that lists qualified candidates for positions at dealerships. If you have a position to fill, call 718.640.2012 .
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Contact Us: Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association 18-10 Whitestone Expressway l Whitestone, NY, 11357
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