Customer Service Advisor (Current Employee) – Illinois – June 6, 2016
Overall, this company is a nightmare to work for. Overworked, underpaid, immature and unreliable employees, and they break labor laws on a weekly basis. They promise you things you will never see, and cannot afford to repair their own shops when things break. Avoid. Avoid. Avoid. You're welcome..
honestly I just gave this review to the last survey
Line Runner (Former Employee) – Greencastle, IN – April 3, 2016
However, if you have never worked for this company they are dearly one of a kind. I have never known a company that can work work you from 16-18 hrs. a day 7 days a week. that is they're only down fall. I do believe they have changed since then though but not for sure
General Manager (Current Employee) – Oak Lawn, IL – February 19, 2016
While the overall pay isn't especially enticing, it's a great job to start at a low level and work your way up. I was such an example. If you need to get promoted to a management spot in order to supplement your resume, this is a great place to do so.
District Manager of Operations (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – January 28, 2016
Lacked integrity in my mind and no team building within the company. Upper management lacked leadership skills and would rather terminate employees than train. Goals were unattainable and reflected in employees attitudes and customer service.
productive and fun workplace with dependable co workers.
shipping & receiving (Former Employee) – Lafayette, IN – December 16, 2015
A average ten hour day seems to go by fast as we assemble IPs, build doors for SIA, and Toyota door lines. There are not many hard things to do there. Everyone is considered family because we are all professionals that work hard and work towards better futures.
Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – Mount Pleasant, SC – December 13, 2015
Unfortunately, when our previous manager left to take a different position the company decided to take a chance on a young 21-year-old individual. Though I think it's great when a young person is able to advance in the workplace, however, it is important that that young person is properly trained, and then follow those rules sadly neither one of those things happened. It became an unorganized, un-honest place to work.
Marketing Specialist (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – July 21, 2015
I work on many different projects during the day. I have learned to multi-task and how to work on short timelines. I manage 3 vendors and the company store. I work hand in hand with the graphic artist on all POP aspects, print and email campaigns. I attend many conference calls on a weekly basis. So the work day is very busy. I love Marketing...I like being creative and working in that atmosphere.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – April 20, 2015
The worst company you could possibly work for. Upper management is terrible, they will do nothing but send nasty e-mails about how you need to keep enough staff on the clock to take care of guests and control labor hours while you are already running a skeleton crew.
Expensive healthcare, poor management, and little chance to advance.