Aim Nationalease is stuck in the old ways of doing business. This is making them go out of business very slowly. They don't like change. They don't keep up with the changing times with how companies will be approved for credit to be able to lease from them. It is easier to go to Penske or Rider to rent a truck then from them if you own a company.
8 work day
The company sucks, makes employees backstab each other
I only worked for this company for a short period of time and enjoyed driving for them. I was a regional driver and delivered construction materials. I left due to being called back to my previous employment after being laid off.
Fueler/Washer (Former Employee) – Loveland, CO – June 14, 2017
I enjoyed working for the company and would still be working for the company had I not been laid off due to loss of contract. Got along well with the customers and shop crew, would go back to the company if the opportunity arose.
not the best compensation for amount of experience
Diesel Mechanic (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – April 5, 2017
There were really no advancement opportunities. The compensation compared to various other places were not competitive. I did not feel that my compensation matched my experience and I also felt trapped in my current position with no hope for advancement.
Mechanic (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – March 16, 2017
There's always work to be done and busy, good start for someone whos starting out and learning, training is good, don't see myself being here for the rest of my life. Lack of respect from coworkers, no sick days and the times you work aren't good, lacking shop equipment
Apprentich Mechanic (Current Employee) – Lexington-Fayette, KY – March 16, 2017
Its a good company to work for. I don't see my self working here for the rest of my life though. The training that you are supplied with and have access to is amazing. They do not rebuild air tools or offer any kind of tool allowance. No boot allowance yet required to have steel toe boots. You do not get any sick days. Vacation and pay is on par with other companies in this field. If they had better retirement, sick days, and the possibility of getting 4 weeks of vacation. I would consider working here for the long haul.
Training, pay, support
sick days, health insurance, retirement, boot allowance
Driver (Former Employee) – Elmhurst, IL – February 23, 2017
The benefits of this company are great however it doesn't outweigh the negatives. The management of this company makes up things that works in their favor. You personal file doesn't seem to have any truth to it. You get hired for one thing and then suddenly the job requirements change after they get you in the door. This company does not care about anything but themselves and wanted me to put them before my kids.
Diesel Mechanic (Former Employee) – Walton Hills, OH – February 15, 2017
the only good thing about working at aim was the pay and benefits, the managers lie to you to get you in the door and the corporate office loses some of your personal file when upper management wants them too. they do not stock parts for any repairs that a daily repair.
Assistant Service Manager (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – January 31, 2017
Their pay was fair and good benefits package. The job and co-workers were good. Very humble surroundings. Pace was hectic but such is the nature of the business. I learned even more about the mechanics of the trucks. Hardest part of the job at times was having to pick up and deliver customers equipment.
Mechanic (Former Employee) – Walton Hills, OH – October 5, 2016
good work environment but the management need improvement in the fact that they do not really listen to the workers when they have ideas that could improve the productivity of the shop and need to get the appropriate tooling for the equipment that they service.
Heavy Truck Technician (Current Employee) – Springfield, VA – September 27, 2016
This company has too many Chiefs & not enough Indians. There is an insufficient supply of essential shop equipment. (One shop computer, one set of tire irons, one set of jack stands, etc. The bare limited shop equipment is old and boarder line unsafe. There is little to no room for overtime pay or to excel. This is a great place for someone with little to no mechanical work experience to learn the basics. Pay incentives are very poor. Employee moral is at an all time low.