GNYADA October 2014 Newsletter
A New Model
GNYADA’s Employment Corner is a free recruiting and job placement service that lists qualified candidates for positions at dealerships. If you have a position to fill, call 718.640.2012 .
Congratulations to GNYADA Board Member Leon Geller and his wife, Muriel, and to their son, Russell Geller, of Beck Chevrolet and his wife, Allyson, on the birth of grand- son Jason Michael Geller August 11. Grandparents, parents, and sister Melanie are thrilled and we wish them all much happiness.
Annual Labor Law Seminar October 15 or October 21 9:30am -12:30pm Center for Automotive Education & Training
Customer Relations Manager
Save the Date
Every day there are new headlines from a government agency directing businesses to change their practices regarding wages or working conditions of employees. The Employee Relations Plan’s labor counsel, Jim McGrath, Esq., will be joined by HR experts from the compliance company KPA to help deal- ers understand current wage and hour issues, leaves of absence rules, how to successfully work with and supervise millennials, and other timely employ- ee relations issues impacting dealers. Call Phyllis at 718.746.5900, or email to her at PhyllisA@gnyada.com to register for either day of this event.
Contact Us: 18-10 Whitestone Expressway | Whitestone, NY | 11357 Dealer Hotline: 800.245.4640 GNYADA Headquarters: 718.746.5900 E-Mail: email@example.com DMV-Direct: 718.747.0400 GNYADA Insurance Brokerage, LLC: 718.746.5900 New York International Automobile Show: 718.746.5300 Center for Automotive Education and Training: 718.640.2000
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