Four years of executive and departmental pay data from BDO's annual motor salary survey is now available on AM-online.
Inchcape UK has reviewed its sales team structure, increasing the basic annual pay of a sales executive by more than 50% to £22,000.
The long expected slowdown in the motor retail sector is being felt by workers with a fall in pay rises across dealerships.
More UK car dealer groups are trialling product geniuses, higher basic pay or lower bonuses.
UK employers are planning to give pay rises of just 1% this year, the lowest increase for more than three years, reports the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development.
Accountancy firm BDO has launched its 2016 Motor Salary Survey to track average salaries across 27 positions in the industry.
Average chief executive’s pay jumps 39% and finance director salaries increase 19% to five-year high as average motor retail wages increase by 2.6%.
Marshall Motor Group has today announced the launch of a new initiative to attract and retain this key resource by guaranteeing a sales executive salary of £25,000.
A pyramid bonus play plan and spending time with your technicians are two of 20 ideas that some of the most successful dealerships in the USA have implemented.
The new National Living Wage will not lead to a boost in productivity, according to 50% of bosses.
It is indicative of the steps to which dealers have to go to fill vacancies that Spire Automotive advertised in The Caterer when it needed a reception host.
Independent garages and parts suppliers feature among the Government’s latest ‘name and shame’ list of employers who’ve failed to pay the national minimum wage.
Motor industry apprentices will be more than £1,000 better off following the latest rise in the National Minimum Wage.
Automotive Management Live: Where franchised and independent dealers will find everything they need to know about operating a modern showroom and service and repair facility fit for the digital age.
When: November 7 2019
Where: Birmingham NEC
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