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What Should You know About STD testing in West Hollywood?

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ITt is suggested that you get the STD testing in West Hollywood and all the other sexually transmitted diseases. You must make it a habit that you have to …

How to Use Service Videos in Text Message

How to Use Service Videos in Text Message

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MDP 030 | Google Ads: 5 Things you need to know

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#MIB #AgentF #GoogleAds #TooMuchCoffee #Analytics #GaryV #WineLibraryTV   Join David & David talking 5 Things you need to know about Google Ads, G…

How Technology Helps Omnichannel

How Technology Helps Omnichannel

    Meeting the consumer where they are at in their buying journey is expected today. From a dealer standpoint, you can’t aff…

Increase Your Following on Instagram

Increase Your Following on Instagram

Does your dealership use Instagram for social media? Do they encourage the salespeople to use it as well? A lot of salespeople do not have the first clue a…

Create a Career Path to Retain Top Talent

 

Developing a Career Path will help you retain your staff. When it is difficult for an employee to see the next phase of their career they will quickly look elsewhere for a new job. Provide your employees with a Career Path to help with retention. Each job role needs to be broken down into multiple levels. Start at an entry like a trainee and scale the same job into a jr position, product specialist, and eventually senior product specialist position. Determine ways for employees to level up based upon habits, quotas, training, and time with the organization. It will be a little different for each department and each dealership, but having multiple levels allows employees to see the potential they can have in your dealership.

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