Hireology and Maritz Announce Partnership, Empowering Dealerships to Hire Top Talent and Boost Employee Retention and Performance

The partnership gives dealers the tools they need to build their best teams and drive profit in today’s competitive hiring market

Hireology, a leading hiring and talent management platform, announced a partnership with Maritz, a leader in providing automotive marketing services. Together, Maritz and Hireology are committed to helping dealers identify the best candidates for key dealership positions, hire top talent with greater speed and confidence, and manage onboarding by delivering training, communications, incentives, recognition and other performance improvement tools.

“Through this partnership, we are excited to help dealers overcome the challenges of today’s competitive hiring market, attract top talent across roles, follow a proven hiring process and manage employees post-hire,” said Adam Robinson, Hireology co-founder and CEO. “Maritz is in the people business and has partnered with automotive manufacturers and dealers for more than 65 years to motivate, educate and engage teams to higher levels of performance. Our partnership brings together two retail automotive industry leaders to help transform the people side of the business.”

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“It fits really well with our belief that, even with all of the disruption facing the auto industry, managing human capital – getting the most out your employees – will be the difference between success and failure,” said Terry Erwin, VP sales, Maritz Automotive. “This allows us to focus on an industry-wide problem, employee retention, and turn that problem into a competitive edge for dealers who struggle to attract, engage and retain their people.”

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Hireology recently released a new recruitment CRM platform for the automotive industry and powers recruitment marketing and hiring for one in six US dealers. Hireology data found that dealers who tap into a multi-channel recruitment marketing strategy drive 10x more quality applicants than job boards alone.

The partnership was announced at the Future of Automotive Retail summit, presented by Maritz, in Naples, FL.

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