Admin/Accounting (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – November 13, 2017
I like working here but the pay could be better and the PTO is only 80 hours to cover both sick & vacation time off since new owners took over. But I can say I've learned more since working here... It's caused me to be interested more in the aspect of running a company and all of the details that need to be addressed. I feel like everyone has a role to play in keeping the morale up. No company is perfect, but we work as a team to make this company run smoother each day. It's like a family...
Family like atmosphere.
Pay & PTO is ok. Improvements to facility is needed
Sales (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – December 29, 2016
I worked for auto safety house for a number of years and ultimately the high turn over and poor benefits is what drove me away. It's a revolving door for employees, management is often disorganized and squabbling between department heads is frequent. Their benefits can be described as nothing short of terrible. During my time there they switched insurance companies multiple times, they provide no 401k match, you're expected to use vacation days for sick time, and the 401k program they do offer has some of the highest management fees you can find. The culture and moral at auto safety house is overall very poor, a generally negative tone is a constant and there are frequent ownership changes. There are plenty of other companies out there, I would tell my friends and family to look to auto safety house as last resort.
truck technician (Current Employee) – Phoenix – August 7, 2014
Typical day is dealing with disorganization Management is the cause and they pass it on to you Some co-workers are cool-others start talking Spanish when they don't want you to know Hardest part is working in nasty hot shop Most enjoyable is leaving for the day
Hot, dirty, disorganized shop with worn out equipment
Tow Truck Operator/Diesel Service Technician (Current Employee) – Holbrook, AZ – May 12, 2013
A typical day at work here consists of towing vehicles and do full maintence on the vehicles. I have have learned some basic trouble shooting on engines and electrical systems. The management here was shacky at first but is now getting better after a change in management. The hardest part of the job is trying to keep the customer happy with job performed. The most enjoyable part is getting to opptrotunity to learnig more about trouble shooting and repairs on engines.