IAAF to discuss legislation, internet parts and social media misuse
The Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) has announced that its latest breakfast network meeting will address key legislation, internet parts and social media misuse for employers in the automotive aftermarket. Taking place at Valeo Service UK, Redditch, on Tuesday 21 April, the event will welcome a representative from Capita, a leading FTSE business and provider of business process management solutions.
Topics on the agenda include:
- Internet parts – Who holds responsibility?
- Misuse of social media in the workplace – tips on effective management
- Advice on chasing poor payers
- The new consumer rights bill – due 1 October 2015 – and its effects on the automotive aftermarket.
Wendy Williamson, IAAF chief executive, will also provide an update on eCall, vehicle telematics and the “connected car”. The IAAF adds that the meeting boasts excellent networking opportunities with fellow aftermarket businesses. In all three IAAF network meetings in 2014, aftermarket personnel that attended rated the format as both “excellent” and “informative” in a follow up survey.
Attendance is free for IAAF members. The event will commence at 8:30 and last for approximately two hours. Visitors should register with the IAAF.