Front Office Receptionist (Former Employee) – Hesperia, CA – September 18, 2017
Work was a great place to be at. Fun, fast pace easy going job. A typical day at work consist of dealing with customers one on one or placing follow up calls every Tuesday and Thursday to inform each and every customer with an update of vehicle status. Greeting customers as they walked in facility. Maintaining a friendly relationship with insurances to assure workflow and loyalty to each insurance individually. Maintaining work area clean.
Co-workers were great to work with, made working that much better.
Auto Detailer (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – September 9, 2017
Caliber is a good place to start if your looking for something full time. It's possible to advance but you really have to work hard and make noise. My overall rating of caliber is that it's a stepping stone to something better.
Body Shop Technician (Former Employee) – Marlow Heights, MD – September 2, 2017
Great management ,great work environment employees need to be compensated better for their work. You will learn how to work with just about anyone in this type of field and learn different advantages to get the job done.
The typical workday was fast paced. The workplace culture is phenomenal with weekly team engagements and actively involved in the communities. Caliber fosters a very friendly environment amongst their teammates.
Caliber is dedicated to giving back to the communities they serve, They actively participate in several charitable organizations.
Production Manager (Current Employee) – Siver Springs, MD – August 10, 2017
Company has great benefits, and employees are some of the hardest working people. Great benefits, Disadvantage is the structure, not team environment, but competitive and depending on co-workers could be negative and good old boy mentality.
All positions (Former Employee) – Randallstown, MD – August 4, 2017
It is horrible working there. I would dread going to work daily. If you are not management thry do not care about anything you say. They have an annonymous hotline but it isnt it is HR. HR doesn't handle situation they are too lazy they make the RM handle it, but they are part of the problem. You don't move up or change positions unless they want you to but they make a lot ofbroken promises. They cover up for each other. The worst company. Find an ndependent company to work for.
Office Manager (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – July 22, 2017
Great team environment on the center level. There is plenty of room for moving to other positions as long as you don't go the admin route. Regional managers call and come by only when there are problems. They watch operations from their computer screens and the updating metrics, and lose touch of actual operations.
Parts Specialist (Former Employee) – Killeen, TX – July 12, 2017
I enjoy working with other teammates. I do not believe compensation is fair. There are a lot of empty promises made just to shut you up. When months go by and nothing said is delivered, it makes it rough to come to work. If you question things, you are given some dumb excuse and another promise is made for a later date. The only way to get something is to put in a notice. If you are valuable to the company they will break down and give you a raise or advancement.
would never work for caliber collision again its all hype. all upper management does is lie they never follow thru with any thing they say. the company is growing to fast.....does not care about the employee...
Body Technician (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – May 18, 2017
The pay rate is very disappointing, management mistreats employees, and plays favoritism. My experience wasn't as well as the other technicians, so I never really had an opportunity to learn, nor make good money. I had a lot of slow weeks due to favoritism. The company ended up saying I owed them money on most of my decent checks, because of them loaning me hours on my bad weeks. Very bad system to have. I never wanted them to loan me the hours knowing it would hurt me in the long run.
If you have a slow werk they loan you hours, then the following week they take it back.