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Given the stubborn persistence of COVID-19, increasing numbers of firms are turning to teams software, which helps organize groups and enhances their communications, to ensure that their managers and staff can work virtually for the foreseeable future. Indeed, Google (a key player in teams software)...
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With increasing numbers of workers finding themselves working from home these days, businesses are keeping in touch with their staff with employee pulse surveys. Generally as easy to use as standard surveying software, these solutions often feature questionnaires designed by psychiatrists and...
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Replica Cars: NHTSA completed a regulation allowing low-volume motor vehicle manufacturers to begin selling replica cars that resemble vehicles produced at least 25 years ago—from ’30s roadsters to ’60s musclecars and more. SEMA worked with Congress to enact the 2015 law, which permits each company...
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As this issue was going to press, we learned that Bruce Meyers, inventor of the Meyers Manx that spawned the dune buggy craze and countless imitators, passed away at the age of 94. This article was originally written in late 2020, after Meyers and his wife Winnie announced the sale of his iconic...
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One of our top priorities for 2021 is to reinforce the automotive specialty aftermarket’s presence in Washington, D.C., and state capitals around the country. We know regulatory activity will be on the rise, especially in light of recent federal elections. Success over the next few years will...
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By SEMA Editors Every year, SEMA helps students pay for their college tuition through the SEMA Scholarship Program, and SEMA members pay off their student loans through the SEMA Loan Forgiveness Program. Students from all academic and technical disciplines who lead to careers in the automotive...