Lonski and Associates LLC Adds Recruiting Professional Wendy Hord as a New Team Member

Indialantic, FL- Lonski and Associates LLC has added recruiting professional Wendy Hord – Columbus, OH to their growing team.  This brings the team to a total of 10 Recruiters to manage the growing demand at Lonski and Associates. 

Wendy’s background includes experience in industries such as retail operations, and aviation.  From these experiences she has acquired extensive knowledge I Recruiting and HR processes.  Her diverse talent and drive to succeed brings a comprehensive approach to productively serving our industry clients. 

The world of recruiting is changing quickly.  Lonski and Associates is increasing our reach and our overall business each and every month.  In a short time Doug Sexton’s approach within the marine industry has been tremendous.  What he has found is that many clients have not even had the thought of using a recruiter to help their business simply because they are not educated on the value we can bring to their business.  Many marine industry builders, OEMs and suppliers are utilizing our services now and in almost every case once they start they are very willing to continue to develop the relationship and bring us in to the fold, viewing us as a very valuable partner.  Wendy will be working directly with Doug Sexton primarily on Recreational and Commercial Marine business” ….. – Lonski

“We have taken our time and found Wendy to be the best fit for our organization.  Wendy brings a process-based recruiting background to the organization.  I’m extremely excited for her to add value for our clients as we continue to increase the number of Clients we partner with.” – Doug Sexton                             
                                                                                                     
Wendy Hord Specialties include Recreational & Commercial  Marine Manufacturers, OEM, and Retail Dealerships.

Wendy@HenryLonski.com
[C] 740-360-7663
[O/F] 740-587-7112

PowerSports Industry ‘Rocking’ On Jobs

Dave McMahon, Editor in Chief
Powersports Business Magazine

Lonski finds dealers in search of top talent Henry Lonski, founder of his namesake recruiting firm Lonski and Associates, LLC, takes phone calls and emails daily from dealers looking for upgrades in talent. In fact, it’s his job, and the demand for finding quality personnel at both dealerships and other industry companies is growing so fast that Lonski has had to make additional hires to his own staff. MORE 

Qualified Job Candidates a Tough Find for Dealers


Powersports Business Magazine

Has your dealership been seeking qualified candidates for open employment positions, only to find a barren field of prospects? If so, you’re not alone. As dealership job openings continue to rise, the number of qualified job candidates remains stagnant, leading to headaches for dealerships across the country. For Lonski and Associates, LLC, a recruiting and placement firm with deep connections to a number of powersports dealers and OEMs throughout the industry, the first part of each new year brings with it a spike in demand for jobs.
“This is the third consecutive year where the demand is just over the top,” Henry Lonski, who founded the firm in 2005, told Powersports Business in a January interview. From service technicians to sales managers, there is plenty of demand for all positions across the industry. This is nothing new compared to recent trends. However, as dealers are increasingly struggling to find ideal candidates, job openings are piling up.

Lonski and his company of eight headhunters are currently working to fill over 130 open positions across the motorcycle, powerpsorts and marine segments. As of Q1 2018, the openings were evenly split among all three segments. “And it’s coast to coast. The first quarter of 2018 was the largest numbers of openings we’ve seen in three years. All eight recruiters have full plates. It’s not the number of jobs, it’s the number of qualified people for those jobs. I’m very positive looking forward.” Of course, that figure does not contain the large number of jobs that are open, but aren’t being publicly advertised due to the future termination of a current employee in that opening.