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I worked at the one in Phoenix for 3 years. Never will work for them again. Girls are always talking too much and never getting the job done or constantly arguing amongst themselves. I wound up doing the paperwork for the detail manager without even getting paid extra or even getting the credit for it. It was well hidden I found out not even his supervisor knew. But publicly took the credit for it even though he was at X detailing his personal vehicles or if a high-end trade-in vehicle was said to be detailed he was always make sure he would always run around in that vehicle like BMWs Mercedes and so on. So to wrap it up in a nutshell not worth it you don't even get a pay raise or even a review about your good work. I would pass on this job

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Thank you for your question! Of course, it depends on your position and whether you are part-time or full-time, but our employees average 8 hour days. Work-life balance is important to us at AutoNation, and we encourage employees to speak with direct leaders about maintaining balanced workloads.

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Coast-to-Coast our goal here at AutoNation is to provide a welcoming and positive environment for all that encourages teamwork and the drive to WIN!

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Misleading. I was told by my boss that anyone can do my job, it's very easy. On my first day, I learned that it's a very complicated position that repeats itself. The reception desk was merely mentioned but because of high turnover and low wage, no one wants that job so it becomes a fill-in job by one of only 2 billers. This pulls a biller from their original job and puts them in reception on a daily basis, which affected my ability to learn my job. The interview felt more like a personality test than anything else. Compensation was thrown in right at the end, conveniently. I was acquainted with co-workers who hadn't seen a raise in years but work very hard and do well at their jobs.

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This is a great question – thanks for asking it! The time from the start of the interview process to hiring differs across AutoNation stores and positions. Human Resources would be happy to answer any questions you may have about your journey to applying for a position with AutoNation.

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Very good.

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Thank you for your question. Your direct leader is responsible for approving time- off requests, so please speak to them about the time you want to take off.

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We appreciate your question! At AutoNation, we have a receptionist at all of our stores from 8 a.m.-9 p.m., but there are two or three shifts each day leaving the opportunity to Full-Time, Part-Time and flexible 40 hour work weeks.

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Given the streamlined staffing structure at AutoNation, it is important that all of our employees handle a variety of tasks. We like to describe our work environment as fast-paced, exciting and challenging.

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No I don't have updated training.

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