Company lacks leadership, respect and responsibility. Although company has many benefits it lacks the understanding of the job description. Safety hazards are lacking and do not have proper instructions to insure preventative accidents.
DRIVER (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – November 19, 2015
Pulling orders,delivering auto parts to auto shops,management was not good very rude,not a people person,co workers over all was good.Hardest part of job was when we had to do inventory vey stressful.I enjoyed most about the job was interacting with the customers.
Dispatcher/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Bountiful, UT – July 25, 2015
Enjoyed working in a team environment with great managers. Excellent Learning Environment which allows for many channels for personal growth.
The work experience in managing the drivers, creating performance reviews and ensuring proper delivery schedules were met and truck maintenance scheduling.
Inventory management within the store was a great a great assignment that allowed me to point out weaknesses in inventory management software that would help in identifying specific inventory variance and leading to understanding the causes.
worked with my co-workers to establish better inventory methods reducing the seek time significantly.
in the five years that I worked at the Bountiful, Utah store each and every day was exciting, interesting and learning experience.
Delivery Driver/Cashier (Current Employee) – Duncansville, PA – November 9, 2014
my typical day at work here is great we have fun and do are jobs at the same time. the management is amazing and will do everything they can for you. the hardest part of the job would be multi tasking all day doing many different things at once to putting stock away checking part numbers answering phones ext, but at the end of the day your still having a good time. I have learned a lot threw this company and mainly that if you work as a team, you get a lot more done and it gets done quicker. the most enjoyable part would probably have to be seeing customers smile and know your name when they walk in the door.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 22, 2015
Every day is a new experience. Lots challenges both physical and mental. Daily Quotas are established to support self growth and company image. Enjoying what one does best is knowing that you can thrive through challenges. Customer satisfaction brings value to your day. Having a well trained staff that supports your decision making at all costs and seeing your team members mature as they grow with the company are one of the many enjoyable experiences in this company. A positive attitude is something that can be shared with all. Daily warehouse duties such as shipping and receiving, inventory management, simple stock corrections and store merchandising are part of normal day.
Lots of sales incentives and customer appreciation
Team Lead of Shared Services (Current Employee) – 3100 Windy Hill Rd SE Atlanta, GA 30339 – August 5, 2015
General work in the automotive parts industry consisting of: Implementation and disconnect of electronic payments service to locations Support Concur expense reporting with an average of five million in reports per month Provide sales support for all field bank transactions and account changes for purchases Travel and fleet support are also part of ongoing duties
The creation and completion of the DOT imaging project for four divisions Previous job duties include management of payroll for Genuine Parts Company
Stable, job not threatened by management, kind interactions from most
Delivery Driver (Current Employee) – Idaho Falls, ID – March 17, 2016
Putting away freight, and making sure parts get out as quickly as possible. Learning new places and where all the parts go in the store is something very challenging, but starts to come naturally fairly quick.
Good company, but someone has to die before I get promoted
Driver (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – January 30, 2013
NAPA is a good company, but not for me. Upward advancement is limited, and my prior experience and B.A. are absolutely worthless.
My manager is probably one of the best I've ever had at a job. He never asks his employees to do something he won't do himself, and I've seen him work harder and longer hours than anyone else there.
The benefits are amazing, but the pay is mediocre. The work is redundant, which is good for some people, but offers no ongoing challenge, and I'm something of a cerebral person. If I don't have something to figure out and apply myself to I get a little bored.
Parts Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Sandy Springs, GA – December 21, 2015
The delivery driver is an important member of the store team, and is primarily responsible for: Providing safe, timely and correct parts deliveries to our wholesale customers Establishing an efficient route of delivery Maintaining professional attitude, conduct and appearance Operating the delivery vehicle (car, van or pick up) in a safe and cautious fashion to maintain a clean driving record
Warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee) – Yuma, AZ – June 23, 2015
typical day was to oversee the day to day operations of the warehouse shipping and receiving auto parts. it was a great experience with great people to work with. hardest parts of the job was to keep management happy. the most enjoyable part was the lasting relationships at work.
Shuttle Driver/Delivery Driver/Cashier (Former Employee) – Tyrone, PA – July 14, 2015
Drive from Phillipsburg to Tyrone store with parts, work counter and deliveries, than do the shuttle from warehouse to both stores. I learned how to inventory and keep records of parts between places, marking both shortages and overages. Management was fine, but payroll would short me on a couple paychecks. I became good friends with most of my co-workers. The hardest part of the job for me is when something got messed up the owners would always blame me whether or not it was my fault. The most enjoyable part was the interactions between myself and the garages that I delivered to.
Got discounts on the parts for my personal car
I never really got breaks but they always charged me for one