Group Stores Manager (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – June 15, 2017
Grear company to work for. the corporate structure was well thought out and the work life balance was great as long as your store was in order. if the store was a problem store then DM expected you to be there all the time until you fixed it. If your store was in order and functioned like it was supposed to then you only had to work 4 days a week. GREAT!
Productive work place with soda machine and free coffee
GMT2 (Former Employee) – North Palm Beach, FL – June 13, 2017
I had a good store and service manager who expected our evaluation of vehicle be thoroughly completed promptly and given to service manager while other services were being performed. Overall great work environment.
Manager (Current Employee) – United States – June 13, 2017
great place to work. you sell a strong product from a strong company to strong retailers. enjoyed all aspects of the position and the company. would highly recommend working for Goodyear to anyone and everyone.
Tire and Lube Technician (Current Employee) – Russellville, AR – June 7, 2017
The GM is a great boss but a terrible leader and a weak manager. The work home balance is like this work 5 day work week. on call for the service truck 3 days a week in the shop for 2 days 72 hours on call 16 hours in shop. That is 88 hours of life disrupting time I get scheduled 2 days off but then because we run a skeleton crew I get called in.
All the hours you can handle
Part time general manager deligating all responsibilities to subordinates.
Dispatcher (Current Employee) – Fort Smith, AR – June 5, 2017
If you show yourself to be a capable worker, they will work with you on many things regarding schedule, etc. Not much room for growth in the position itself, although they do seem to like to promote from within when possible.
Lube and Tire Technician (Former Employee) – Waldorf, MD – May 31, 2017
typical day was slow really couldn't learn anything. loved the people who worked here had no problem. workplace was clean and had fun talking to the people there and made new friends. the hardest part of the job was it wasn't enough work people would fight over the tickets that was coming in. most enjoyable part of the job was getting tips by putting air in peoples tires
Competitive pay and benefits but dealing with the customers to always make them happy can be exhausting. Much different than just a regular retail job, Work long hours, but there's overtime. Most days is an hour lunch time (unpaid).
Customer Advisor (Former Employee) – Pooler, GA – May 23, 2017
My typical day at work would have been by myself. The management fought like little kids. I enjoyed my job just not the management. The people that worked in the back of the shop are the best they worked hard and did what was asked. The management is what is the issue with Goodyear in pooler.