“F&I managers’ pay slightly tops that of sales managers, study shows”

Automotive News – F&I managers at new-car dealerships didn’t earn significantly more in compensation in 2014 than sales managers, new data from the National Automobile Dealers Association show…

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“NADA: Employee Salaries at New-Car Dealerships Rise”

F&I Showroom – Employee compensation and productivity at new-car dealerships increased across all job positions in 2014, according to a new report released today by the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA)…

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“NADA Study Reveals 71 Percent Turnover For Dealership Sales Positions”

DrivingSales – NADA has released their 2015 Dealership Workforce Study. The report provides national and regional trends in compensation, benefits and employee retention. The stated goal of the 2015 NADA Dealership Workforce Study is to “assist its dealer members in being as efficient as possible in the operation of their dealerships.” This in-depth report provides a wealth of information within its 140 pages. Perhaps the most staggering finding is employee turnover rate in retail automotive…

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“Dealers raise workers’ pay but struggle with high sales staff turnover, study finds”

Automotive News – Car dealers are raising their employees’ pay and are getting higher productivity for it. But dealers still suffer from high sales staff turnover and struggle to hire women and fill some fixed-operations jobs…

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“Sales Employee Turnover Remains Issue for Dealers”

AutoRemarketing – The 2013 Dealership Workforce Study Industry Report from NADA was produced in partnership with DeltaTrends (now ESI Trends), a provider of workforce metrics for the auto industry. The report is based on 2012 hard data culled from 290,000 car and truck payroll records, and includes both national and regional data. More than 2,240 dealerships enrolled in the 2013 Dealership Workforce Study….

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“Automakers Push for Showroom Overhauls, and Dealers May Reap Rewards”

Ward’s Dealer Business – Employees who are more vested in the store’s mission and satisfied with their jobs also are likely to stay. And the more experienced the staff, the more productive, which could have a big effect on a dealership’s bottom line…

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