Shop Foreman/Lead Technician (Current Employee) – Bloomingdale, IL – May 13, 2015
As is typical of any automotive repair garage, the overall atmosphere is fairly laid back. I personally worked over 70 hours a week, 6 days a week, and much of my tenure there was spent as the only employee, which placed all work tasks on my shoulders. I was also never offered any benefits.
Store Manager/Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Fair Lawn, NJ – February 26, 2015
The job overall is second nature to me and is what i am use to and familiar with . I say the job is challenging because there is no steady work flow . The buisness it's self is a constant roller coaster some weeks are more busy than others . I love the challenge and love when I accomplish meeting my own personal goals when I am able to speak with customers and enlighten them with my knowledge of vehicles . I love to build healthy relationships with the customers and meet their needs of having someone trust worthy to service their vehile . I have learned to be more paitent when it comes to running a buisness . I fully understand it's not easy to build a buisness from scratch . I have worked here for five months and I have built many strong trust relationships with customers concerning their vehicle needs . The hardest part of the job is being paitent with customers walking in the door . The most enjoyable part of the job is when customers do walk in the door and I am able to greet them and make them feel welcome in the facility .
worked there for 3 months and they started screwing me on my paycheck!! each paycheck was missing like 4-500 bucks. working there was good i had alot of cars come in and make alot of sales but they let me go and wouldnt tell me why! i think because i said something about my pay to my manager and the owner found out and they didnt tell me why!!
the more cars you bring in the more miney
sucked at pay, no lunch break, tried screwing people on cars
The owners are the most wonderful people one can ask for
Lead Technician (Current Employee) – Modesto, CA – September 23, 2014
Despite having the most wonderful, compassionate, and professional owners (whom unfortunately, do not live in Modesto to oversee the business), this location needs a more professional team. Based on my previous jobs and the work ethics, I need to move to a different shop.
Automotive Technician (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – June 23, 2014
Diagnosed problems on vehicles and estimated cost to customers. Advised customers on manufacturer recommendations, cashed out customers, and answered any questions about the work done. Maintained full accountability of all parts, tools, and equipment
Automotive Technician (Former Employee) – Rockford, IL – March 12, 2014
job really was under paid , and manager did not like beards so he was always on the 2 guys that had face hair to shave , but the owner had a full beard , and he did not care , other things was the job was very under paid
Shop Manager (Current Employee) – Webster, MA – September 11, 2013
I HAVE COME IN TO SAVE THE STORE BUT HERE TOO MANY HOURS A WEEK AND CAN'T GET TIME AWAY, I HAVE BEEN GIVEN NO AUTHORITY IN SHOP AND CAN'T MAKE THE DECISINS NEEDED TO GO TO THE NEXT LEVEL. I CAN SAVE ANY SHOP BUT COMPENSATION IS MINIMAL TO WHAT THE JOB CALLS FOR..
Automotive Technician (Current Employee) – Glendale, AZ – August 21, 2013
This company hires everybody flat rate so that they can work you 50-65 hours a week and only pay you for between 30-40 hours a week. Management doesn't care about the employees, they only care about themselves and getting bigger bonuses. Over all a bad place to work.