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Articles & Archives Dealer Business Briefing May 15, 2009
Don't try this at your dealership $$$ verdicts can result from attempts to skirt overtime rules One of most instructive stories Dealer Business Briefing has heard over the years concerns a Mercedes dealer in Arizona. The dealer had a lot porter who seemed to live at the store. He was always there. The young porter wasn't the brightest bulb in the chandelier, but he felt at home at the dealership and tended to work about 80 hours in an average week. The young man's father was smarter.
Hands in the cookie jar Staff cutbacks increase risk of internal theft Who knew? Friday morning was "wholesaler daybCrLf at the Chevy Buick BMW Honda complex in Southern New Jersey. Friday afternoon was "pay daybCrLf for the used car manager and the complex's general manager. The managers would split about $4,000 that they "foundbCrLf in the glove boxes of cars for which the dealership had overpaid.