Service Advisor/Diesel Technician (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 24, 2015
Typical day at work can be as simple as an oil change to a major engine overhaul in a fast pace environment. Definitely learn to multi task, and focus on attention to detail. Shop environment can be hectic but also fun especially when you love what you do and the people you work with. Hardest part of the job was customers, in a go, go environment customers cant be pretty demanding, mainly because they want to drive in and be back on the road in no time. Most enjoyable part of the job is the customers, because you meet different people from all walks of life and the stories from the road are sometimes very funny.
Outside parts/service salesman (Current Employee) – Pueblo, CO – August 17, 2015
This company is a good company to work for and the potential to move up is good. But, after moving up to outside sales the leadership decided to split my territory up with other sales guys that already had their own area. So I suffered with small accounts. The pay potential can be good based on leadership and how well you are liked.
Repair or assist with repairs, clean up around the shop. Learned techniques of working on the trucks. Management team was very relaxed and easy going and cared for workers. Co-workers were always looking to help eachother and very friendly. The work environment was tough for me along with the long commute. I enjoy mechanics and working with engines
not sure what you call it (Former Employee) – not worth connecting this city to the company – May 29, 2015
Shady place to work as far as sales. Management will throw you under the bus in an instant with your customers. You can't just clear a code and call it fixed. Stupidest decision I ever made was to work there. Horrible business structure and MHC is struggling the most of all the truck dealers because of dishonest practice and routine. No wonder there's no walkin customers and very few positive sales calls
Worst truck leasing company in the history of the industry. Untalented upper management. Constant turnover. Little to nothing to support their lease programs. Bad customer service. Frequently unethical conduct with customers and employees alike. They really don't know what they are doing. A perfectly dreadful place to work, and worse if you're a customer. RUN!!!
easy place to get a job when you need one.
you won't earn much, enjoy the company, or be there long, .
I learned about trucks (which I never thought I could) and its culture. Met a lot of cool people. The management is very employee oriented. The hardest thing was to drive for the longest periods of time but I got to enjoy the most beautiful places.
stressfull environment with little to no oppertunity for advancment
Diesel Technician (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – February 6, 2014
The company management promises training but never follows through. Department managers can't seem to coordiate between eachother to be productive. Very poor customer service. If possible I would have givin 0 stars in all catagories
Certified Diesel Mechanic (Former Employee) – Grand Junction, CO – February 5, 2014
having graduated top of my class in college my internship was offered with this company Paid. at the end of the internship they wanted to keep me as an employee, but i reluctantly said no. and moved back to the Denver area.