NADA Workforce Study
NADA Dealership Workforce Study is the industry’s most comprehensive analysis of the dealership workforce, collecting data on compensation, employee benefits, retention, turnover, work schedules, hours of operation and much more. It aims to provide dealers with the data to make informed recruiting and hiring decisions, and help them meet their number one challenge: attracting and retaining talented employees.
Dealers can enroll as individual dealerships or dealer groups using a secure, web-based process that involves completing a survey and uploading their payroll data. At the study’s close, each participating dealership will receive two complimentary reports:
- A customized report comparing their own dealership’s data against aggregated data from peers in their region and nationally.
- A summary report that provides analysis of the industry as a whole, including state-of-the-workforce and demographic trends, plus aggregated compensation, retention and benefits data for each region of the U.S.
Dealer Service Technician Needs Assessment Survey
The survey was sent to all 290 dealer members, of which 130 responded. Of the 130 respondents, the majority were Service Managers followed by Dealer Principles. The survey was open from September 9, 2015 to September 25, 2015. Please note, not all respondents submitted an answer to every question.
WSADA does not produce employee manuals.
For more information about employee manuals and how to obtain them for your dealership, please contact Attorney Rick Lentini of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP at Richard.Lentini@MillerNash.com or (206) 777-7471.
Find all of the required Federal and State posters and forms. Click on each link to view, download, and print.
These posters and forms are recommended for use at most dealerships. Click on each link to view, download, and print.
This poster notifies both your employees and your vendors of your dealership policy concerning “gifts” to employees.
This form provides a brief overview of workers in protected classes.
This poster clearly identifies your dealership’s policy towards any type of harassment.
This poster describes dealership policy on preventing and reporting workplace violence.
Place one at each entrance to your service department to keep uninvited solicitors and agents out of your shop during business hours.
This poster identifies the paid sick leave and safe time to employees within Seattle city limits.
This safety poster was designed specifically for auto dealerships and meets the WISHA standards.
This poster describes dealership policy on the use of the company’s voice mail, e-mail, and computers and should be posted where those are used.
This policy is for employee use of social media like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn during business work hours.