Tire Technician (Current Employee) – Camillus, NY – January 17, 2018
Dunn tire provide mean me with the means I needed to make ends meet. However the job at certain times of the year can get stressful due to the massive workload put on a small crew. in my experiences management was found to be to very friendly however they are not very confidential with personal employee information.if you don't want the people you work with to know something you shouldn't disclose that information to management.
Its a good job if you like getting paided nothing for breaking your back
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Cheswick, PA – January 17, 2018
I worked at the plant in Cheswick, PA. I loved the peoole i work with except a few. This place is all about the money and nothing to do with their employees. You are payed next to nothing for the work you do. This place is just not a place to stay at. Go find a better job.
Co workers are very negetive and not happy with upper managemeny
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Cheektowaga, NY 14225 – October 20, 2017
Not much positive feed back from management. Always told its going to be real difficult to work there during busy seasons(winter)...not enough staff or management..always under staff..probably because the pay isn't in line with stress
Lead Technician (Former Employee) – Syracuse, NY – October 3, 2017
don't work here. just wallet flushes, slimy management and no heat or a/c for you or the customers. all about profits, nothing else. unsafe dumps. just do not work here, if your desperate you WILL get hired because they are that desperate. Heck, felons druggies, i had a druggie for a boss lol. losers.
the crew i work with are great the boss in on a power trip
Shop Technician (Current Employee) – New York, NY – September 27, 2017
long hot days in shop the management gets pushy fun work team the hardest part about the job is dealing with themanager ireally enjoyable part of working for dunn tire is the guys i wirked with in the shop we made our jubs fun.
Senior Manager (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – September 22, 2017
Company seeks to promote from within whenever possible. Pay is very much performance based and the company will take care of the employees willing to put forth the effort. Company focuses on the culture and takes an employee first approach. Co-workers become family and customers become regulars. Employees are empowered to do whatever it takes to take care of the customers.
Career Path, Competitive Pay, Incentive opportunities, Culture
Manager (Current Employee) – NY – September 22, 2017
Fast paced, demanding environment. However, if you put in the effort you will be compensated. Company culture is good and if you have real family issues they work with you. Some demands during very busy winter season, but it is reflected in your paycheck. Never ask you to be dishonest, in fact you will get in trouble if you are. Good opportunity for advancement if your willing to work hard.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Clay, NY – September 7, 2017
you never know from day to day if you will be terminated. after all ny is a at-will state. so if you don't lie cheat and still from customers then you are not doing your job. they say they are family company st the end of the day it is all about the all mighty dollar. but this is the dream that they sell you and god help you if the regional mgr. doesn't like you no matter how well you do your job
you will learn about tires
you can't make your own style of selling they want robots
Technician (Former Employee) – East Syracuse, NY 13057 – June 27, 2017
as a mechanic=u had to due all the work estimating-selling to customer- calling for parts and prices=and performing the work=not allowed any overtime and if there was a bonus it was allways the same even if the months goals were higher or lower
Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) – Batavia, NY – June 13, 2017
Multiple vehicles at a time, working hard to get things done. I have learned a lot about leadership and culture, but the company is trying to build a stronger culture than what it has. Management is good, still working the kinks out with the culture. I enjoyed working on vehicles and working with the other employees within the company.
staffing levels are low, forcing others to pick up the slack.
Tire Technician (Current Employee) – Syracuse, NY – March 5, 2017
They will tell you to step up your game and lose a finger or 2 for 10.50 a hour. You will never get a raise and if you do that's the only one you will get for 10 years. People expect their cars to get done in 2 minutes because the front desk promises them this but it will never happen cause there are 20 people ahead of you. Overall you can push carts at Walmart get paid more and not risk your life so I do not recommend you work here.
Drive nice cars you never thought you would get a chance to.