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SEMA Seeking Seasoned and Self-Driven Chief Marketing Officer

As SEMA continues to grow and increase its member benefits offerings and advocacy efforts, the association is seeking a dynamic visionary to serve in the newly created position of chief marketing officer (CMO). The successful candidate will be responsible for guiding the organization in developing comprehensive outreach, public engagement, thought leadership, industry awareness and content

Hiring and Retaining Engine Shop Employees

No matter what strategies you put in place in an effort to find new employees, just be sure that you cast a wide net and ensure that you find someone who has the desire to be in the shop, no matter what role it may be.

Moran Racing Engines Seeks Performance Engine Builder

Moran Racing Engines, located in Taylor, MI, is a manufacturer of high-performance engines and parts for the automotive racing industry, and is currently seeking to hire a high-performance automotive engine builder. Schedule is Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:30pm, but must have the ability to be flexible when needed. Position Requirements Requires strong attention to detail, strong understanding of

A Winning Workplace

Having difficulty finding talented employees? Take a good hard look at the engagement level of your existing employees first. Spending the last 20+ years in business consulting, the past 10 in my own practice, I have too often heard the plea “we can’t find good people” from business owners and/or management personnel. In fact, if you’re a shop owner or manager, there’s a very good chance you’ve said this yourself at one point or another.

When Hiring, Look For Character, Talent And Then Skill

Years back, when I was looking to hire a technician, my first criteria would be the person’s skill level. In fact, I mainly based my decision on the tech’s skill, ASE certifications, and experience. The result? High turnover. Now, I look for character first.

Hiring Veterans in the Automotive Industry

November is National Military Month, and what better way to show your support than to hire a veteran? Many former members of our nation’s military are in need of stable careers to ease back into regular society and support their families.

Employer Compliance: EEOC Addresses Six Priority Areas Of Claims Enforcement

In December of 2012, the EEOC laid out the details of its Strategic Enforcement Plan for fiscalyears 2013-’16 and identified six “national priorities” that focus enforcement efforts in the three general areas of hiring, pay and harassment. The six priority areas of claims enforcement are as follows: 1. Eliminating Barriers in ­Recruiting and Hiring. Last year, the EEOC