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ADESA has more women than minori­ties in man­age­ment ranks
ADESA has 105+ job titles
“I see a lot of minori­ties in shops & in the dri­ver ranks & would like to see more move up to man­age­ment posi­tions.” — Steve Kotz, ADES VP human resources
“We try to hire the best per­son for the job. There are a lot of oppor­tu­ni­ties here for any­one with the knowl­edge & the dri­ve.” — Star­la McHugh, man­ag­er mar­ket­ing & adver­tis­ing, Auc­tion Broad­cast­ing Co, Indi­anapo­lis, nation’s 3rd-largest auc­tion com­pa­ny
Significant Points
Dif­fi­cult to deter­mine how many peo­ple in $77B auc­tion indus­try fit ADESA’s diver­si­ty cri­te­ria
Each ADESA auc­tion hires own employ­ees; decen­tral­iza­tion may be obsta­cle
ADESA to cre­ate more cul­tur­al­ly diverse work­place & man­age­ment force
Hired con­sul­tant to recruit women, minori­ties, & peo­ple with dis­abil­i­ties
Look­ing for peo­ple inside & out­side ADESA with tal­ent & dri­ve to become man­agers
No timetable or hir­ing quo­tas
Diver­si­ty train­ing pro­gram planned
ADESA of Indi­anapo­lis is 2nd-largest US auc­tion com­pa­ny

ADESA has 12,000 employ­ees

ADESA oper­ates 55 auc­tions in US & Cana­da

Man­heim of Atlanta oper­ates 85 auc­tions in US

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