Welcome

Welcome to the North Dakota Implement Dealers Association! NDIDA is the trade association for approximately 125 franchised farm equipment dealers across the state of North Dakota. We invite you to browse through our site to find out more about NDIDA and how membership in our association can benefit you.

Click "Newsletters" on the sidebar to access the NDIDA Online!

NDIDA dealer members will be represented full time in Bismarck during North Dakota’s 65th Legislative Assembly, which convened Tuesday, January 3, 2017. Legislative reports will be forwarded by NDIDA President/CEO Matthew Larsgaard weekly via email to all NDIDA members, and posted online at www.ndida.com. "Call to Action" reports asking for your immediate attention to a specific issue will also be forwarded as necessary. Please watch for these important documents and stay in touch with your legislators. Click HERE for comprehensive information on the session from www.legis.nd.gov. Please contact Matthew with questions, comments, or concerns at matthew@ndida.com or 701-293-6822. Thank you for your involvement and support as we move through the 2017 legislative session!

Meet the members of the 2016-17 NDIDA Board of Directors and learn about our newest officers and directors in this special NDIDA Online newsletter linked HERE!

The U. S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has revised its Employment Eligibility Verification Form I-9 to reduce potential errors and enhance digital completion. Effective January 22, 2017, employers must use only the new Form I-9, which is dated Nov. 14, 2016. Enacted into law in 1986, the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) prohibits employers from hiring people for employment in the United States without first verifying their identity and employment authorization using Form I-9. Click HERE to learn more and view the new form.

Changes to Federal Overtime Rule Blocked

A U.S. District Court in Texas has granted a nationwide preliminary injunction against implementation and enforcement of the revised "white collar" overtime rules formally scheduled to take effect on December 1, 2016. This means that, until further notice, the existing "white collar" salary thresholds remain in effect and that dealers should not make employee compensation adjustments based on the revised "white collar" rule's higher compensation thresholds. The lawsuit challenging the rule was filed by twenty-one states and a variety of business groups. A motion for summary judgment is expected. Additional information will be provided as further details are received.

NDIDA Convention speakers Devin Duval ("Removing the Precision Gag from Your Dealership"), Ann Duignan ("U.S. Machinery Outlook"), and Dr. Larry Cole ("Improving Your Dealership Culture") have agreed to allow NDIDA to share their PowerPoint presentations with our members. Just click HERE to access all three files.

Your Association’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce a new and exciting focus for our ADAND/NDIDA Career Development Program. In addition to industry education and promotional activities, ADAND/ NDIDA Career Development Managers (CDMs) will now be working to fill specific dealership positions with specifically qualified persons. Career Development Program Manager Marvin “Monty” Montenegro has been charged with developing and supervising an effective recruiting program that will meet the hiring needs of our dealer members. To find out how your dealership can participate, click HERE!

A polished and professional image makes a great impression on your customers, and that's what ASI is all about! Click here to find out more about embroidered shirts, caps, and jackets, as well as a huge selection of customized promotional products!