How To Apply For A Job When You Don’t Meet The Requirements Working in the motorcycle industry is a dream come true for many enthusiasts. I can’t tell you how many times I have received emails or phone calls with the opening line: “I have ridden motorcycles all my life” – you can probably find
It’s all about your attitude I recently attended a Dale Carnegie course that was really interesting. The subject of the class was the manager-employee relationship and the eye-opening thing was that attitude really is everything! Well, almost everything. The premise of Carnegie’s “The Bottom Line For Engagement” is that attitude must be combined with engagement.
One of the most frequent questions I have been asked in all my years in the motorcycle industry has been, “How do you land one of the cool jobs in the industry?” People outside of the industry will say that is so cool you work in the motorcycle industry. To most of us enthusiasts, the
The difference between a boss and leader I was recently called “boss” and I didn’t really care for it. It wasn’t the first time I have been called that, but it always feels weird hearing it. This time, it felt like lemon juice on a paper cut… maybe it was the tone or maybe the
HOW TO SAY “YOU’RE FIRED” Before he was our President, Donald Trump would routinely let people go on TV with his trademarked, “You’re Fired” send off. However, it is not quite as funny when it is a long-time employee in a dealership rather than some celebrity apprentice. The unpleasant reality of running a business is
New overtime rules & regulations Time to cash in – or cash out? I guess that depends if you are an employer or an employee, but the clock is now ticking on a new overtime law. On May 18, 2016, the Obama administration and the Department of Labor announced new regulations that will increase the
You’ve probably heard the old adage: “You never get a second chance to make a good first impression.” You may have taken this principle into account when preparing for a job interview, but have you ever given any thought to the first impression your resume may have on prospective employers? Are you presenting the proper