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Encouraging Employee Engagement in Your Tire Dealership

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Posted by BayIQ on February 22, 2018 | 1 Comment


Employee engagement is more than just an elusive buzzword; it’s an important aspect of business and it can have positive effects on your Tire Dealership. As a workplace philosophy, staff engagement is a management approach that emphasizes the importance of creating optimal conditions for employee success. Not sure if your employees are engaged, or are you wondering about the benefits of a comprehensive engagement plan? Find out the answers to these questions and more below.

Employee Engagement: The Key to Tire Dealership Success

What are the benefits of employee engagement in the auto industry?

A study conducted in India found that a successful approach to engagement in the automotive industry resulted in increased productivity, employee retention, client trust, and profitability. Tire Dealership workers who feel involved in their team’s overall success and who feel that their employers care about their wellbeing were more likely to stay in their job longer than employees who felt that they were disposable.


Additionally, auto industry employees who felt that their contributions were valued by their superiors reported that they were likely to be more productive and more innovative when on the job. In an industry that relies on constant innovation to battle intense competition, employees are a treasure trove of untapped potential. It’s up to you to drive them towards the innovative, cutting-edge breakthroughs that they are capable of.


This means that staff engagement can ultimately increase the volume and quality of work that your team does. It can also help you to reduce worker turnover and cut down on sick leave.

What does an engaged employee look like?

How can you tell the difference between an employee who is going through the motions, and one who is truly engaged in the work that they are doing? The answer is simple. When you succeed at building staff engagement, members of your team will show up to work every day, demonstrate commitment to the company’s values, and be motivated to contribute to the success of your shop. If your employees don’t fit that description, it may be time to reconsider what you are doing to encourage and involve them.


What can you do to increase employee engagement?


Of course, to get all the benefits of engaged employees, you’ll need to formulate an engagement strategy that fuels your team and propels them forward.  Here are a few quick and dirty tips that managers can adopt to help increase employee engagement in the automotive industry:

  • Recognize when someone on your team has done an exceptional job
  • Encourage them to uphold your company’s values when interacting with customers and when conducting behind-the-scenes work
  • Make sure that they have the tools they need to succeed
  • Foster trust by allowing employees to take on new challenges and grow in their role

By using these strategies now, you’ll see increased engagement and a higher level of employee satisfaction in your Tire Dealership.

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