Dispatcher (Current Employee) – Gaston, SC – March 22, 2017
This job involves an enormous amount of work and the company only provides a percentage increase once a year. Benefits are great and the organization is for the employees for sure other than actual pay rate.
At work here for one year the job is good the managers supervisors are very inexperienced they don't have no college background no degrees don't know how to talk to people quick to write you up so this job has a very high turnaround rate you will be there they will pick at you try to find to something to write you up and fire you for
expect way to much from member service dept with very low pay
Customer Service Rep (Current Employee) – Eldridge, IA – March 6, 2017
My dept is expected to know the functions of all dept. within the company but yet we get the same pay of someone who just forwards emails. Member services is the call center so there for we are called every name in the book when customers are up set and management allows it, we are not allowed to transfer a customer call to management if they are upset we can only give them an email. we are expected to handle every call accurately and with in 5 mins plus send email to the following dept and have this all done with 30 seconds of call ending
Assistant General Manager (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – February 26, 2017
Good company to start out with. Leads in its industry, expect to work hard and learn a great many things about the auto auction business. If you are hungry and willing to relocate, then this is the company for you. Almost every state has a Copart, and you will also find locations around the world.
Human Resources Assistant (Contract) (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – February 15, 2017
The culture at corporate is extremely tight knit and if you don't fit in then you feel like an outsider. I felt like I was not given an opportunity to show what I was capable of because I was not allowed to do assignments unsupervised
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Fairfield, CA – February 11, 2017
Moved corporate headquarters from Fairfield, CA to Texas for tax reasons. Employees were told their jobs were relocating to Texas but they had to incur all expenses to move there if they wanted to keep their jobs.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Moraine, OH – January 20, 2017
I worked for the Dayton, Ohio Copart office. When I first interviewed the manager seemed very nice, said he cooked for employees every Wednesday. He said that everyone in the office gets along well and treats each other with respect. It took only a few minutes after my first day began to realize what a mistake I had made in accepting this job. Employees are treated poorly by management and even talked down to. I've never had any employer speak to me in such a way. You are expected to squeeze every bit of work out in the day that you can and to not have personal conversations at all. If you sit closest to the front desk expect to be answering the counter more than those who sit further back than you. The title clerk and manager rule the roost here and when the manager is not in the title clerk is in charge...and one is as bad as the other. Expect to have to skip your 15 minute breaks because you're too busy. Overall, you should just keep looking.
I loved the hours. The management and the other people I worked with didn't know what they were doing. I was sent out of town when I hadn't signed up for it. Overall I didn't have a good experience working with them.
Driver/Delivery (Former Employee) – Midway, FL – December 28, 2016
as a driver if ur not with the favoritism of office staff ur an outcast and they do not care about the driver position, as they want someone who know nothing about the position so they can have control over you, runs with no pay.
Loader Operator (Current Employee) – Austell, GA – December 20, 2016
The fast pace was always exciting. Learning new things everyday,different ways to load a car hauler. Getting used to working with other loader operators and maneuvering around the yard. Great work place.
A typical work day includes operating a loader to transport vehicles that are on the property to trucks that will be leaving the property. The transportation of vehicles off of the property includes paperwork and invoices that have to be signed and then given to the appropriate departments. At the end of the day before leaving loaders are expected to fueling and cleaning the loaders and also putting in maintenance request for the loaders if necessary. The hardest part of the job is making sure the vehicles that is being requested on the paperwork is the correct vehicle that is being put on the loader and given to the truck drivers to transport off the property. I have learned how better multi-task under pressure and handle frustrating situations. When it comes to the management I feel that there is a lack of professionalism; proper training protocols do not always take place and workers are thrown into situations that could possibly set them up for failure.