Earl Stewart Toyota has made a name for itself by openly eschewing deceptive practices that have given car dealerships a bad name. But as more and more rival dealers change their ways, the family fears its edge may be lost.
Kathy Kraninger, head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, told attendees at the National Independent Automobile Dealers Association's National Policy Conference the agency has no plans to regulate by enforcement, and she addressed changes to the bureau's complaint database, both key concerns for auto lenders.
Job fit assessments, which test an applicant's judgment capacity, are considered more effective — and ethically superior — to personality tests, hiring experts say. But personality tests still serve a valuable purpose.