HarleyJobs.com Launches Under MotorcycleIndustryJobs.com

A New Sister Website to Service Quality Workers in Quality Jobs

Harley-Davison employees working at a dealership. Media sourced from Hot Cars.
Harley-Davison employees working at a dealership. Media sourced from Hot Cars.

World, meet HarleyJobs.com – a new online board job dedicated to servicing the V-Twin Industry in partnership with MotorcycleIndustryJobs.com. 

With America’s motorcycle community suffering a surplus of job openings and less-than-adequate means to find the right person for the job, H-D dealerships (and other V-Twin companies) will finally ‘be able to post all their job openings year-round for all those hard-to-impossible jobs to fill, such as mechanics, service advisors, managers and the ever-revolving door of sales.’

A Harley employee. Media sourced from Four Rivers Harley-Davidson.
A Harley employee. Media sourced from Four Rivers Harley-Davidson.

Let us be clear – yes, HarleyJobs is an online board job, but it will be a tad different than the usual offering. 

The hiring and interviewing will be the job of MotorcycleIndustryJobs.com, but HarleyJobs will purportedly be doing the rest of the legwork, with the end goal being to line up candidates for dealers ‘to interview when they need them.’

A group of Harley employees. Media sourced from the Federal News network.
A group of Harley employees. Media sourced from the Federal News network.

“The biggest hurdle for employers is not being able to fill an important position when a key employee leaves,” says Alex Baylon, owner of MotorcycleIndustryJobs.com and HarleyJobs.com in an article from CycleNews

“We need to think differently. A-level techs are not sitting at home unemployed; they are most likely gainfully employed.”

A Harley rider. Media sourced from CycleNews and H-D's website.
A Harley rider. Media sourced from CycleNews and H-D’s website.

“Finding a Master Tech with a 30-day ad might have similar odds to winning the lottery – the dealers that find success are always looking.”

“Employers don’t understand that finding employees is not a simple overnight task and depending on the employee it can take sometimes up to 6 months or longer to find.”

A Harley employee working on an engine. Media sourced from the Milwaukee Sentinel Journal.
A Harley employee working on an engine. Media sourced from the Milwaukee Sentinel Journal.

We look forward to seeing how HarleyJobs.com settles into our industry, and wish them the very best in their endeavor to play matchmaker to our country’s Harley dealerships. 

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*Media sourced from the MJS, CycleNews, Hot Cars, the Federal News Network H-D’s website and Four Rivers Harley-Davidson*