Not worth your time to apply.
Emergency Roadside Assistance (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – August 3, 2015
AAA in Omaha was a poor experience. They treat you like a number in a database. The training is just the same week repeated for 4. I never met any management until I was on the floor and even then I met my own manager briefly. They give very little wiggle room for new employees. Your stats must be good quickly.
They hire through a temp staffing company. Which might be great for them but for you it means very poor benefits. And a nice little badge that says NON-EMPLOYEE to make you feel like less of an important member of the staff.
AAA boasts a lunch room with no fridge and no microwaves. They lauded their broken air-hockey table as a benefit.
Companies in the area with similar job descriptions offer better benefits, schedules, atmosphere, pay, and amenities. AAA reminds me of a poor man's PayPal. A very poor man's PayPal.