Auto Dealer Drug Testing 2017-09-18T00:46:18+00:00

Auto Dealership Drug Testing

Well-known in the community, an auto dealer’s reputation is critical. One bad employee can cause a lot of harm.

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Drug Testing Has Been Proven To:

Reduce Turnover | Reduce Shrinkage | Reduce Accidents

Do your customers really want to buy a car that has already been painted because of a parking lot fender bender?

Do they want to climb in a vehicle with an employee who uses drugs?

Are you tired of inventory disappearing from your warehouse?

Drug use is expensive. Drug users steal from family, friends and employers. In fact, experts estimate as much as 40 percent of workplace theft is linked to substance abusers.

Auto dealerships have unique risks

  • Accidents Happen. Employees drive expensive company-owned vehicles, if only to move them around the lot.

  • Reputations Are Fragile. Employees have direct contact with potential customers. How they appear and behave is a direct reflection on the organization.

  • Someone could die. Mechanics are responsible for customers’ safety – AFTER they leave the premises. A mistake on a brake job could kill someone.

Auto dealerships have unique challenges

With 18,000 testing centers nationwide, there is bound to be one in your neighborhood. When you drug test with InOut Labs:

  • Outstanding Personal Service. You won’t be stuck with a faceless person at the other end of a 1-800 number

  • Fast results – Directly to your inbox

  • Medical Review of All Drug Test Results – Reduces your liability

  • 18,000 Testing Centers Nationwide – Search

Bad Hires Cost Money – A Lot of Money

Employees with substance problems change jobs a lot, and employers that test have less turnover because they hire fewer problem employees.

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Morale and productivity suffer from bad hires

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Degraded Staff Morale

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Drop In Productivity

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Monetary Costs

Supervisors and Hiring Managers have a tough time with bad hiring decisions:

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of their total time spent by supervisors, on average to manage poorly performing employees

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of hiring managers report that bad hires don’t get along with co-workers

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of hiring managers estimate the cost of a bad hire in the thousands of dollars

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weeks, the time taken to fill a staff-level position and 7.5 weeks to fill a management position

Source: Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM)