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Lucky 13 for ‘13

Oh, what a difference a few years make.  In late 2008, many auto pundits lamented that we might never again see sixteen million annual new vehicle sales.  Proving that their memories are as faulty as their predictions, in 2012 they told us that, just like they always expected, sixteen million annual sales are on the […]

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FAQ: Salesperson Pay

Dealers must be careful about violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act.  These actions can be filed either as individual actions or as group actions in federal court, and they can be lucrative for plaintiffs’ law firms.  In fact, there are law firms springing up around the country that do nothing but FLSA work on […]

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The Employee Handbook – No Longer an Option

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Salesperson Pay

Dealers must be careful about violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act.  These actions can be filed either as individual actions or as group actions in federal court, and they can be lucrative for plaintiffs’ law firms.  In fact, there are law firms springing up around the country that do nothing but FLSA work on […]

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