Pros: great teamwork, strong work, great company
Cons: long hard hours, not everyone needs an oil change, not everyone will be happy no matter what you do to try to help them.
Each day starts with a goal to obtain. The goal may seem too hard, but with team work and communication we get it done. We deal with budgets and counts throughout the day. Customer satisfaction is #1 and if there is a conflict we go above and beyond to rectify it.
I have learned that though goals are made to push one's self, they can be set as a boundary – more... to break through. If a goal isn't met, it just means that you have to try harder and ask for my direction. My coworkers are huge supports for each other and we are a team. We succeed as a team and we fail as a team. We learn from the downfalls and we strive to always do better than the day before.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the rush! When our bays are full and the team is humming along and you hear the communication between everyone, that's my favorite part of the day.
One of the hardest parts of the job is when you are slow and you have no way to make budget. You bust your hump walking with the sign, you send out mailers, and you make sure that you are doing everything in your power to achieve the best of a rough situation. – less