In a special AM ‘guest opinion’ post to mark International Women’s Day, Julia Muir explains how fixing car retail to to allow women to feel safe and thrive has little to do with being ‘woke’ or ‘politically correct’.
In the first of two specially-written AM 'guest opinion' posts to mark International Women's Day, Jacqui Barker head of commercial at drivvn, explains why the drive towards digital and greater diversity in the workforce is set to transform car retail.
Director of the Centre for Automotive Management at Loughborough University’s Business School, AM Awards judge and recently-appointed Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) president, Jim Saker, argues that diversity in automotive "needs to be looked at".
A judge has ordered John Mulholland Motors to pay a couple £2,500 after he found that demands for them to confer in English during the sale of a car had "created a degrading and humiliating environment".
JCT600 head of commercial vehicles Beryl Carney was awarded the Barbara Cox Woman of the Year Award earlier this year in recognition of her work to transform the fortunes of the Bradford-based AM100 retailer’s Volkswagen van centres.
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