AutoNation boosts worker trainingFeb. 3
How Schaeffler keeps engineer pipeline filledJan. 8
Industry group keeps an eye on service tech trainersDec. 18, 2017
TOMORROW'S TECHNICIANSDec. 18, 2017
Porsche, dealers to set standards for trainingOct. 2, 2017
GM wind tunnel serves as classroomMay 15, 2017
High school's work program feeds industry's talent poolMay 15, 2017
General Motors has partnered with Detroit Cristo Rey High School since 2011, bringing students into its engineering world. The Detroit program is part of a national network that gives employers a source of future talent.
Plastic salesman finds his calling in educationMay 15, 2017
Audi, junior colleges join to develop service techsMay 6, 2017
BMW uses fear factor to rally staff in move to EVsApril 26, 2017
BMW has started putting staff through day-long events in Germany intended to warn them of the perils of not taking the electric-car revolution seriously. The message is that BMW must adapt, but the subtext is a recognition that the company has gone from leader to laggard in the technology.
Porsche hires Disney to lead its trainingMarch 25, 2017
Train to adjust to the new customerFeb. 20, 2017
And while focusing on recruiting is all well and good, those efforts will do little to retain many of those potential hires once they interact with the existing culture at most retailers, writes one reader.