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Why Your Dealership Needs a Digital Concierge

So you’ve invested in a digital retailing platform. Now what? Learn how adding a concierge position to your showroom staff can help ensure a smooth and profitable implementation.

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Law School vs. F&I: An Objective Analysis

Would you rather be 10 years into a career in a law firm or a dealership? Both paths lead to a six-figure income, but only one can make you a young millionaire.

Big Ideas Yield Big Results at Continental Auto Group

A new sales and finance workflow has delivered higher profits, product sales, and customer satisfaction for Anchorage, Alaska’s Continental Auto Group — all without a single F&I manager.

Good Recruiting Today Could Save Your F&I Department Tomorrow

Younger workers are interested in working at dealerships, which is good news for F&I. But they will be drawn to those employers who offer opportunities and benefits that may not fit your current structure.

Auto/Mate Wins 10th Straight Best Places to Work Award

Auto/Mate Dealership Systems has been listed among Albany Business Review’s 48 Best Places to Work for the 10th consecutive year.

Expert: Don’t Ask Veterans These 3 Questions

Attorney and former Army officer John Berry advises auto dealers and other business owners to steer clear of three common but highly insensitive questions many ask of military veterans during the hiring process and at the workplace.

EEOC Sues Okla. Dealer for Refusing to Hire Female Salesperson

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission claims a dealer group executive said ‘This is not a lady’s job yet’ to justify failing to retain the only woman on the sales team at a Norman, Okla., Chrysler dealership the group acquired.

EEOC Hits Dealer With Gender Discrimination Suit

Champion Chevrolet of Reno, Nev., has been sued by the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The lawsuit follows a complaint filed by a female salesperson who says she was bullied out of a job.