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The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division may or may not be investigating automotive service shops for pay plan violations at a greater rate than other retail businesses. There is certainly evidence supporting such a bias, although all it takes is a complaint from a disgruntled employee to trigger an investigation.

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What's More Important Than Consolidation and Wage Wars? Cash Flow

Tire dealers are feeling the heat. The big guys are growing bigger. Finding and keeping reliable technicians is getting more expensive. And technology is requiring more expensive shop upgrades. Doom and gloom? Dennis McCarron says no. "It’s not doom and gloom because this is awesome."

Auto Care Association Calls Overtime Rule 'Severely Disruptive'

The Auto Care Association has expressed disappointment with the Department of Labor’s final rule on overtime pay regulation. The association said the department ignored the studies, meetings, and thousands of comments received from American businesses expressing serious objections to the proposed changes.

Are you breaking the law?

It would be so simple to do business without all of the rules, regulations and general interference from the government. Every day, you face problems in your business — increase sales, decrease expenses, manage employees, etc. — so how can anyone keep up with the ever-changing regulations? And, even more important, how do know that you comply?