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Relaxing work environment.
Customer Service Rep (Current Employee), Bluffton, SCSeptember 2, 2013
Pros: great discount on batteries.
Cons: hours aren't the best.
For a typical day at work you can expect to get dirty. While working here, I learned how to rebuild battery packs for cordless tools and telephones. Also learned how to change batteries in golf carts and RV's. Managers are friendly. They love to joke around which helps the day go by faster. Co-workers are awesome. The hardest part of the job is dealing – more... with impatient customers while you search the database to match their battery needs. The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing some of the fancy cars the people in the area drive. – less
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Good Concept Quality Products Mediocre Pay Poor Corporate Management
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee), houston, txAugust 22, 2013
Pros: good employee discounts
Cons: poor pay, slow advancement
Interstate expects 110% from their employees but offers little to no opportunity to advance from within for entry level employees. For the complexity and difficulty of the work the pay should be much better. As an assistant manager for 3.5 yrs, my day started the minute i walked through the door, bombarded with questions from both associates and management. – more... I would generally deal with any immediate customer needs, move on to processing and planning daily commercial sales and plan the delivery route. Build any necessary medical rebuilds or complex battery packs that the other team members were not comfortable building. Process any necessary shipping and receiving that was pending in the back office of our POS system. Place any required special orders, skip lunch without pay, get abandoned by store manager and most if not all the rest of the staff and be left to close the store alone at 7pm. Stay til 7:30-8pm to finish my duties but being off the clock at 7pm regardless of customer or store needs... – less
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Somewhat fun place to work, micro managed.
Business to Business Account Manager (Current Employee), Des Moines, IAJanuary 19, 2013
Pros: great products, good co-workers.
Cons: micro managed, incentives eliminated.
Was fun place to work, constantly monitored. All aspects of productivity is graded. Manager goes over job performance weekly.
Bonus plan is changed quarterly, almost non existent now.
Enjoy the sales and working with other stores out of state.
Great products.
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Administrative Accounting Supervisor (Former Employee), San Bernardino, CADecember 4, 2012
Pros: nice location
Cons: no potential room for advancement
Good enviroment, very low chance of advancement. Family owned which means you'll never be picked over family for advancement. No time off or vacation days. Medium to Low workload
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Payroll, Accounts Payable, Accounts Recievable, Answering Phone
General Manager (Former Employee), Danville, VAApril 30, 2012
Laid off, due to waiting for store set-up. Only worked here for less than a month. I was still learning what I needed to do.