Savvy dealers can find gold in dust of dot-com boom

Guyer, Lillie
May 2001
Automotive News;5/21/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5931, p12T
Trade Publication
Discusses how the decline of Internet-based companies in the United States is making it easier for automobile dealers to recruit skilled high-technology workers. Use of online recruitment tools to search for technically adept employees; Percentage of dealers with Web sites in 2000; Factors behind the slowness of dealers' recruitment efforts. INSET: Turnover tales may (finally(be over.


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