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High salesperson turnover getting worse, study finds

In 2013, the average dealership had a 66 percent turnover rate among sales consultants, up 4 percentage points from the previous year and well above the national average for the private sector of 42 percent, the National Automobile Dealers Association's 2014 Dealership Workforce Study found.  » READ

Dealers offer better hours, but still see high sales turnover, NADA study finds


Hendrick's new academy grows talent from within


NADA sees 2015 U.S. sales nearing 17 million vehicles


Dealership consolidation is coming -- but how fast and how much?


NADA economist doubts sales over 17 million will last


NADA tells Nissan to butt out of dealer surveys


Used pickup prices strong, but how long?


Credit union backs off ads blasting dealer reserve


Automotive News to host dealer conference at NADA


Jay Leno, Jeb Bush to keynote 2015 NADA convention


NADA moves to counter franchise system critics


Competition expected to restrain store profits


No margin for error


Study shows federal regulations cost dealers billions, jobs


NADA: Dealer revenues like never before


Bill to ease dealers' emissions paperwork sails through Congress


U.S. dealership employment tops 1 million for first time since '08, NADA says


Analysts: Lower used-car prices just around corner


NADA board member Don Chalmers dies