Very bad place to work. manager are very laxed and lie to you about your job responsiblities.
delivery driver (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – November 9, 2015
I worked there a day and they told me i was going to be driving a delivery truck. that was a lie the had me unloading big trailers full of all source of very heavy tires and wanted me to drive cherry pickers. then i left and the place didn't want to give me my check after it was pay day. had to go over board just to get paid for my labor.
I enjoyed every day working here the speed the excitement of wanting to know whats next to do,I had learned alot about the tires and what it meant to keep customers satisfied,the managers always was on top of whats going on and how to improve business,co-workers made you feel important as part of the team,making sure to have everybody's order ready pulled and to be loaded was a challenge because you never knew what was being ordered,what i enjoyed was the rush of the day pulling orders and loading trucks
Warehouse associate (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – October 14, 2015
Warehouse perspective: Typical day off load tires, load tires on pallets, put tires in respective bins. Easy job, lots of heavy lifting, great workout. Warehouse co-workers are great to work along.
Hardest part- time away from family.
Delivery Driver perspective: Assigned route, delivery tires to customers, get to know them. Not very sociable with actual co-workers depending on routes. Enjoyed seeing all different parts of Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and Nevada.
Micromanage, delivery drivers are lazy, supervisors are useless
Delivery Driver (Current Employee) – Auburn, WA – September 9, 2015
Overall a great team environment between the office, sales ,warehouse and drivers staff personnel. Very much a family type of setting. Working with our customers has been very rewarding to get to know them on a personal/professional level. As a driver we are required to drive a lot of miles in shift. Oppertunities to move within the company are very limited for enhancing ones career path.
enjoy working with the staff and the customers that we deliver too.
Extremely hard on your body over a length of time.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 8, 2015
Poor management no work home balance hidden pays scales poor raises management goes out the way to show u they don't care about the employee you are just a number favoritism and borderline racism too I wouldn't refer anyone to this company
SQL BI Developer (Current Employee) – Huntersville, NC – August 20, 2015
Responsibilites: • Created Stored Procedures, Triggers, Indexes, User defined Functions, Constraints etc. on various database objects to obtain the required results by using T-SQL • Actively involved in writing T-SQL Programming for implementing Stored Procedures and Functions and views for different tasks • Experience in Error handling and debugging coding issues and troubleshoot production problems • Designed dynamic SSIS Packages to transfer data crossing different platforms, validate data during transferring, and archived data files for different DBMS
Warehouse Manager/Driver (Current Employee) – Salt Lake, UT – July 31, 2015
A typical day at American Tire for me as a driver, is showing up to work around 7am, then getting in my work truck and starting a delivery route. I would usually have anywhere from 15-30 stops per day, and I would get done anywhere from 3-5 most days. I learned how to manage people and be a team player. I learned to focus on my own work and not worry about what others were doing. The hardest part of the job is when people called in sick, and we would have to stay and help in the warehouse by unloading and putting tires away in the racks. The most enjoyable part of the job was being out and about delivering tires to different places.
nothing out of this world just load and unload tires from the trucks,stack them inside the warehouse, drive the fork lifts back and forth,deal with fed ex orders and make sure they go to the correct customer,employees are fun to work with
I like a challange and hands on exprience with my position..
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – June 18, 2015
I love to feel in control of my position in getting my task done.. I like to make my supervisor and company look good with m job performance.. I work extremely well with others even thou I do like to be ahead of the game with performance.. I work very well in high pace environments..