Senior Client Service Representative (Former Employee) – Westmont, IL – September 22, 2017
Cox Automotive was a good place to work. There are a lot of great people at the company on various different teams and departments. The hardest part of the job was the work/life balance was skewed a little too heavily in the direction of work. The most enjoyable part of the job was that we supported a lot of different products which kept things interesting and the people you work with both in your department and in other departments were great.
People, a lot of products, good paid time off benefit
Financial Risk Analyst (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 20, 2017
As with all places there are ups and downs. One has to stay focused and driven to not become complacent in their current position if they want to move on. There are many people in the company that started straight out of high-school / college and are still there 20 and 30 years later. They also have an excellent benefits package and incentive program.
Billing Analyst (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 17, 2017
The Cox Automotive family is just that...a family. The majority of those in management are a pleasure to work with. Benefits could be better (day care reimbursement) and getting to and from work can be stressful as the surrounding area is RIDICULOUSLY congested, basically all day.
benefits aren't the best, traffic in the surrounding areas makes work/life balance difficult
Marketing Specialist (Former Employee) – Sandy Springs, GA – September 13, 2017
Big company, great benefits but like all large corporations there is stress from the top which rolls downhill. Sometimes layoffs occur because management makes the wrong call on decision to hire which does not warrant the number of employees that eventually need to be let go.
Tech Lead (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 11, 2017
Layoffs. Pension available to hires up to 3/2017, but no one expects a payout. Hires after 3/2017 no longer get a pension. Noncompetitive products. Mobile is moribund. Kelly Blue Book is a one star app! ONE STAR! Recently laid off 10-15% of staff and reorg'd tech teams under CFO and CTO is out. So no innovation or risks, just cost cutting. Forget it.
Sr. Infrastructure Project Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 5, 2017
As a Project Manager at my previous jobs, I have had accountability for the design, implementation, and execution of multi-million dollar turnkey projects. During that time, I have developed a solid reputation for successfully and profitably managing numerous concurrent projects through all project phases from conception through completion within targeted cost, schedule, and compliance parameters. Sustaining a high safety performance reputation, maintaining quality standards, and minimizing corporate costs and liability have been a consistent result of my professional commitment.
Data Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 31, 2017
The overall company is great, but the Manheim Business Operations, Data Analyst management team are very inexperience and are not willing to help advance careers. I wouldn't recommend anyone to work in this department. They are very unprofessional.
Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 30, 2017
This company had it's 1st re-org 3 months after I began and that has continued every couple of years. Very diverse company that treats it's employees well, however, there is no job security due to the constant changes.
Great people and work environment but substantial layoffs
Product Marketing Manager (Current Employee) – North Hills, NY – August 25, 2017
New building with great gym, massages and overall wonderful location. Typical work day with times when you have to stay late or work the weekends but totally didn't mind because I loved my job. Unfortunately I was one of many who were recently apart of the massive RIF.
love the people i work with and the executive team
Communications Specialist (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 23, 2017
Cox Automotive is a new, evolving company offering tremendous opportunity for its employees. The frequent reorgs are difficult, if not debilitating, however. With five different managerial changes over just three short years, and a loss of more than half of my original team it's difficult to maintain high performance results. Having said that my team makes it all worth while - although i don't believe we'll be together much longer as the company is going through yet another round of reductions.