Mobile Technician (Current Employee) – Michigan – February 24, 2017
excellent place to work. manager cares and takes care of us. always in the field with us and working with us. mostly afternoon work but once you get to know your accounts i have been able to move most of my work to mid morning to mid afternoon just by working with the customer and building relations. pay is great and co-workers are excellent.
Mobile Technician (Former Employee) – New Jersey – October 31, 2016
At first the job seemed decent, but after some time passes by, you get to see exactly what goes on. The management is pitiful....they all tell you that they are there for you, but when you need them, they act like you are bothering them.. the management only cares about what's good for them, not for you. Work long hours, and management wants all time charged to customers...if all time isn't put on customers, you have to answer 1 million questions...in short everything is a haste with this company, and really should be avoided, unless you need excessive challenges in your life.
Journeyman Mechanic (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – October 24, 2016
Just like several other reviews I've read on here the manager I had and management he had didn't care AT ALL about the customer. Wanting to work employees to death, plain and simple they are making this flat rate but the times they give you are incomprehensible and ridiculous, they try and force you to bill whatever you work and expect nothing less, when they don't allow overtime and try and force you to bill 8 and work 8 it can't be done unless your at the customers location more than 8 hours. If you decide to work for this place GET EVERYTHING YOU AGREE TO IN WRITING! It's amazing how the manager forgets things, go figure.
Mechanic (Former Employee) – Florida – July 15, 2016
The company only wants you to bill customers so the numbers benefit the company and not the customer. It is not good place to work . some co workers are ok management not nice all about the $$$ not employees or customers !
Apprentice Diesel Mechanic (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – April 27, 2015
Go to work early to get tools and equipment ready for use. Was on site repairs so rode a truck to business. Learned basic diesel work and body repair. My co-worker was my supervisor and was very strict but fair. The hardest part of the job was the intense labor of changing brake drums. The most enjoyable part of the job was the relationship I made with my supervisor and constant knowledge I was gaining.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Reading, PA – October 28, 2014
A typical day consisted of calling and communicating with customers in a daily basis to ensure quality and identify whether there was a need that needed immediate attention. I learned that I love helping others. My co-workers were open and giving always wanting to help and asking for help when needed, a team environment made a difference. I enjoyed working with everyone there!
Welder/Fabricator (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – April 9, 2014
A typical day at work consists of fabricating my parts from the raw materials given. I didn't really learn anything that i didn't already know. Management was fairly lenient unless something bad happened. My co-workers were great! Really enjoyed working with those guys. The hardest part of the job was acclimating to the weather. The shop was open for ventilation purposes so a worker is exposed to the changing weather. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to work unsupervised for the most part.
Mechanic (Former Employee) – Dallas Tx – July 15, 2013
The company is a joke. I worked for 2 years. not once did the owner take the time to introduce himself are just say hello. when he lives near Frisco. The company only wants you to bill customers so the numbers benefit the company and not the customer, then techs are put on accounts that have been drained by mechanics that have screwed the customers. Don't waste your time. management sucks..
Management (Former Employee) – Texas – July 11, 2013
This is by far the worst company I have ever worked for. There is no structure to anything. Management has no clue what they are doing. Don't waste your time unless you want to be frustrated, overworked and underpaid
Unfortunately there are a lot of great employees managed by some very poor leaders. If you want to work for a used car salesmen, step right up. Your job and pay will change about as frequently as the upper management order their next drink. This is a very high turnover, smoke and mirrors place with no culture and no concern for employees. Avoid the revolving door.
Executive Support (Former Employee) – Orlando – October 24, 2012
Entering time cards and invoice and typing billing and invoicing customers. I learned a lot about billing and customers. Hardest part of job you can not satisfy everyone. The people I worked with and loyal customers.
Would be a good place to work if they had the right management
Billing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – June 25, 2012
The owners of the company were very nice and polite people that really seemed to care about their employees when they came into the office. The HR department was always very helpful and had wonderful people working in that department. Most of the co-workers were considerate but with all jobs there are those that like to start drama. The management over the billing team was a joke and he liked to pick favorites and stayed with drama in the office. He also liked to make fun of people and treated most of his employees like they were nothing.