Detailer (Current Employee) – Greensboro, NC – November 11, 2017
It's not bad if you love being at work all the time. A lot of power-happy guys in management. It can be relaxed at times. As you advance in the company you are pressured to be at work more often and therefore you get less and less time off.
Some good people, there is downtime
Rude management, low pay, hours worsen as you advance
This is not a great place to work. You are underpaid, undervalued, and nit-picked for small mistakes even when excelling at the position you're in. While some of the staff can be great people, overall it's clear the only person in your corner is yourself.
Free lunches for working Saturday. If they remember.
Service Advisor (Former Employee) – FL – November 9, 2017
If you have no options, this is for you Not only are they strangers to the truth, they constantly short your pay with some creative excuse. They create a stressful environment. I always wondered why there is so much turnover here.
The car dealership can be a tough place to work for
SERVICE ADVISOR (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – October 31, 2017
I caught on quickly and it is a commission pay job only. If you are not willing to lie and cheat people ,then this is not the job for you. I was taught by someone who made almost six figures as a service advisor how to talk to customers and explain to them the problems that were wrong with their cars. I always helped people with their cost for repairs and never gouged them. I earned 5k per month helping people and being honest and never worried about missing a meal, but was often criticized for doing so.
Automotive Technician (Current Employee) – Florida – October 21, 2017
They find every way to cut back labor times for technicians. They screw up closing tickets and they tell you that it’s a lesson learned. We are responsible for our own problems and ours. Seems like it’s always at the expense of the technician. New management is poor. It’s almost like anything is coming directly out of their pocket our car wash has worked for like 6months total on and off in the 2 years I have worked there. I had to fight to get my promotion from lube tech to tech even though everyone recommended me for the open technician position. Doesn’t matter how hard working you are, I’m there 50+ hours a week and the only way we can make more money is by working more.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Durham, NC – October 19, 2017
The company sucks and they will try to throw you under the bus for there mess ups. From the LGM down do not take the title position the department is a mess and has DMV complants for letting people buy cars with no titles run....... it's not worth the stress for the little money.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Fort Pierce, FL – October 14, 2017
As with any job if you put the work in you will get the benefit out of it. It is very possible to be in the mid-to-high five figure salary and some guys are in the six figure salary in sales. All the people on indeed complaining about no opportunities or no advancement or lazy because you have the opportunities that you want to make in any sales environment. Some people are cut out for sales and some people aren't.
Cut throat, being belittled by managers constant taking money
Automotive Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Fort Pierce, FL – October 12, 2017
I’ve worked in the sales department for a short time but my pay was cut quarterly. The managers are always making you feel like you are worthless. There is no opportunity for advancement from the bottom. They only hire experienced people from other dealerships. Not worth the time wasted. Find a better dealership if you are considering working here. You will struggle to make anything more then minimum wage and then end up owing them money at the end of the month. Then you’ll be yelled at, at every other meeting.
Service Advisor/Writer (Former Employee) – Fl – October 7, 2017
Never been treated so poorly, GMC and Customer relations evil. Work takes weeks to get out. GM talks to you like you are mud under his feet. Service manager great job but not given tools to succeed in his job.
Usedcar Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Audi Roswell and Infiniti Marietta – October 3, 2017
I have 28 years experience in this field... I worked at 2 Asbury stores and were equally as bad.. they do not care about anything with their employers and customers.. they are greedy. Their decisions are solely based on money, not what's good for the customer. General managers at the both Audi store in Roswell and the Infiniti store in Marietta are hopelessly ignorant. Poor leaders.. poor company .., stay away
Regional Talent Acquisition Business Partner (Former Employee) – Texas – September 23, 2017
Asbury Automotive Group was a great experience for me. I did Talent Acquisitions. I was given the complete autonomy to do my job on a daily basis without being micro- managed. I was given clear and concise job expectations up front and was expected to perform the assigned task I was hired to complete. If I needed assistance or training, my manager was more than willing to assist. The team members where great and more than willing to assist if I had any questions. The pay and benefits were great. I would highly recommend this company.
I had an awesome Manager and great team!
Life is not a bed of roses. Like anything else in life, it's what you make of it.
BDC Specialist (Current Employee) – Marietta, GA – September 19, 2017
A typical day spent scheduling appointments and making outbound calls . The hardest part about the job is making 1200 calls a month and getting told off by customers about how they do not want to receive phone calls . Management is not good. There is a high turn over rate and it is simply because of them , Don't just walk past your employees and not speak , take a second and just say hi and thank them for all the hard work they have down .Also help them grow and develop.
Service Manager (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – September 15, 2017
The Worst management you can find in the car business. They talk a great game, but deliver nothing. The corporation is the same way they promise a pay plan you can live with but they will change it without notice. STAY AWAY!
Title Clerk (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, NC – August 16, 2017
This place will drain you. Doing more than one job because the turn over is so bad due to poor compensation. Management is horrible! They are supposedly unable to do anything for you because they have to go up the ladder which never happens.
Really enjoy the accounting department. enjoyable environment
Account Payable Clerk/Deposit Specialist (Current Employee) – 201 Octavia Dr. – August 15, 2017
My experience with Asbury Automotive has been great. The accounting group I work with are truly a team. The Management and other areas have not been as pleasant since Corporate has bought the company. Things that should not be taken out of the store has been and causes quiet confusion with our vendors who have been with us for years. I have learned and grown in my position as accounting clerk/deposit specialist. I've learned more about the accounting process. Journal entries, credit, and debits. I do enjoy the deposits part of the job more than the payable, but have done payable for years so it comes as second nature.