A lack of opportunity has been highlighted as a key issue for women pursuing a career in the automotive sector, with 57% failing to see a career path to their desired post and 42% perceiving a bias towards men.
As Scotland's car dealers re-open their showrooms to sales customers, Jo Causon, the chief executive of The Institute of Customer Service, tells AM that recognition of front-line retail staff is the key to post-lockdown success.
Generous car retail businesses who promised to exceed the 80% salary funding cap of the Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) will face an increased financial burden if support is cut to 60%.
Stoneacre Motor Group's directors will forego their salaries after taking the decision to furlough 3,000 employees due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic – vowing not to take a wage until the business “returns to profitability”.
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