It’s spring, so that means a new crop of talented graduates have turned the page (and their tassels) and are about to enter the workforce.
But how do you attract the best and brightest of these to work for your auto auction?
That question is especially important amid recruiting challenges in the auction industry and as new business models emerge and competition stiffens.
One way to differentiate yourself as an employer — whether you are a traditional brick-and-mortar auction or an online auction — is through designation as a Best Auto Auction to Work For.
But there are just two days left to put your name in the hat.
To participate in this free workplace study and take your shot at this recognition, you must register here by end-of-day Friday: https://www.bestautoauctionstoworkfor.com.
Here’s a recap of what the program is all about.
AuSM’s Best Auctions to Work For, which is sponsored by CARS Recon, is a survey and awards program dedicated to identifying and recognizing the best employers and providing organizations with valuable employee back.
It is a free workplace study for the auto auction industry that recognizes the best auto auctions to work for on an unranked basis.
The program is designed and intended for individual brick-and-mortar auction locations, and for the second year, will include digital auctions, as well.
The study is divided into digital auctions and physical. It is absolutely free to participate.
AuSM, teaming with the Best Companies Group (BCG) in Pennsylvania, underwrites the study. The study is managed by BCG, and the data is analyzed 100 percent by the staff at BCG.
Again, to participate, auctions must register here by end-of-day Friday: https://www.bestautoauctionstoworkfor.com.