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June 2017, F&I and Showroom - Feature

Beyond the Résumé

By Shaka Dyson

F&I trainer explains why building and refining a professional skillset is more important than building a solid résumé.

Tags: F&I manager, F&I training, Hiring, hiring manager, showroom

October 2016, F&I and Showroom - Feature

5 'Tells' of a Lying Job Candidate

By David Druzynski

Human resources expert reveals the five traits hiring managers need to look for when interviewing a prospective candidate.

Tags: Hiring, Human Resources, Tips, training

May 2016, F&I and Showroom - Feature

6 Ways to Hire for Success

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By Scott Bergeron

Hiring to get the body count up can be a recipe for disaster. Personnel expert explains why dealers and managers need to hire character first and credentials second.

Tags: Hiring, management, NADA, Pay Plans, training

January 2015, F&I and Showroom - Feature

Part 2: Costly Hires

By Dave Druzynski

Human resources expert returns for Part 2 of his two-part series on costly hires. This time, he lays out a hiring process designed to weed out unqualified or untrustworthy candidates.

Tags: employment, Hiring, Human Resources

December 2014, F&I and Showroom - Feature

Part 1: Costly Hires

By Dave Druzynski

Human resources expert lays out the costs of a bad hire in Part 1 of his two-part series on dealership hiring practices.

Tags: employment, Hiring, Human Resources

June 2014, F&I and Showroom - Feature

Attitude Adjustment

By Gerry Gould

Attitude might not be everything, but the magazine’s F&I insider says it can be the determining factor of success in many situations faced by today’s F&I pros.

Tags: employment, F&I manager, Hiring, possitive attitude

May 2012, F&I and Showroom - Feature

The Hiring Test

By Lon Leneve

The cost of employee churn can exceed $10,000 per position, which is why the magazine’s HR expert says dealers need to have a plan before they expand.

Tags: Dealer Management, Firing, Hiring

January 2012, F&I and Showroom - Feature

New Kids on the Block

By Jennifer Washington

Gen Y might be a mystery to some, but Kelly Wadlinger says she has cracked the code for recruiting, hiring and retaining a generation that’s 75 million members strong and coming of age.

Tags: Generation Y, Hiring, recruiting

November 2011, F&I and Showroom - Feature

Debating the Hybrid Manager

In the heat of the debate are (L–R): Joe Amendola, Bart Carpenter, Luis Garcia, Ron Reahard, Heather Haynes and Tony Dupaquier. Not pictured: moderator Kevin Jacobs.

By Jennifer Washington

The magazine’s annual conference brought together six of the industry’s top trainers to talk shop, but the age-old battle between sales and F&I dominated the conversation.

Tags: American Finance & Automotive Services, desk managers, F&I department, F&I manager, GSFSGroup, Hiring, JM&A Group, Reahard & Associates, Resource Automotive, Safe-Guard, sales department, sales manager, training

November 2011, F&I and Showroom - Feature

[Updated] F&I Directors Talk Shop

By Tariq Kamal

The magazine has just posted the uncut version of the ‘Mad’ Marv-led F&I directors’ panel at the magazine’s September conference. Click below to check it out.

Tags: charge-backs, Customer Interview, F&I products, Hiring, Mad Marv, special finance

January 2007, F&I and Showroom - Feature

Finding, Hiring and Keeping Winners

By Joe Jacobson

Finding a winning F&I manager takes more than a gut feeling. It takes a good selection process, ongoing training and a pay plan that reinforces goals and objectives.

Tags: F&I department, F&I professional, Finance, Hiring, sales department, training

August 2006, F&I and Showroom - Feature

Temporary F&I Specialists Help Dealers Fill the Void

By Cheryl Knight

Every dealership is short staffed at times due to vacations, leaves of absence, resignations or terminations. Access to highly-trained substitutes keeps operations flowing and can even improve profitability.

Tags: F&I department, F&I manager, Hiring, Revenue, temporary F&I , training

May 2006, F&I and Showroom - Feature

Hiring Process Determines End Results

By Dr. Andrew Blazsanyik

Customer loyalty is often related to employee retention, making the initial selection of staff members critical. Prepare for interviews, use assessment tools and start new employees off right with thorough training.

Tags: Hiring, training

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So Here's the Deal

Ronald J. Reahard
Selling High-Mileage VSC Plans

By Ronald J. Reahard
How do you sell a $3,000 VSC on an $8,000 car? Top trainer offers a four-step process to ensure every customer gets the protection they need.

Selling Warranty Compliance Plans

By Ronald J. Reahard
Do-it-yourself customers will tell you they prefer to save a few bucks by performing their own maintenance. F&I trainer has the perfect response for this common objection.

Handling the ‘Last Car’ Objection

By Ronald J. Reahard

Sold But Not Closed

By Ronald J. Reahard

Done Deal

Gregory Arroyo
Rescinding the CFPB’s Auto Finance Guidance

By Gregory Arroyo
The editor debunks a few myths about the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, then explains why the industry is on the brink of repealing the bureau’s auto finance guidance.

Still a Work in Progress

By Gregory Arroyo
The editor explains why he put another digital retailing startup on the cover and looks at two studies that point to online car buying and financing still being a work in progress.

It Is Unwise to Lower Your Defenses

By Gregory Arroyo

What's Really Behind the Subprime Pullback?

By Gregory Arroyo

Mad Marv

Marv Eleazer
Your F&I Backup Plan

By Marv Eleazer
Equipment failures can’t stop an F&I manager who is prepared for any contingency. His Madness lists four backup plans you can implement today.

Love It or Leave It

By Marv Eleazer
His Madness is reminded that excelling at F&I requires true passion for the craft. He offers a few suggestions for staying focused and mentally sharp.

G.O.Y.A.

By Marv Eleazer

The Little Things

By Marv Eleazer

On the Point

Jim Ziegler
Sharpen Your Survival Skills

By Jim Ziegler
‘Da Man’ has a plan you can use to survive the collapse of the car business and remain profitable through the dealer apocalypse.

Sales Rock Stars Still Exist

By Jim Ziegler
Da Man says $40,000-a-month sales rock stars still exist. He says you’ll find them on YouTube and Facebook Live.

The New Stooges

By Jim Ziegler

Is Your Quick Lube Driving Away Business?

By Jim Ziegler