Interview for driver (Former Employee) – McDonough, GA – June 28, 2017
Had a great interview for a driver position filled out all paper work background and etc. The Manager told me he would let me know something by the end of the week never heard anything back, typical liars these days, "STAY AWAY" Don't waste your time and energy.
Receptionist, Accounting, Service Writer Assistant (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – June 1, 2017
I worked at MHC Kenworth started as an receptionist and work my way to accounting department and to service writer. Since I was the first person on contact with clients I would make them feel comfortable. And the company loved promoting within the company, Management enjoyed see promotion within and we would would talk and they would give you glad insight of the position.
The hardest part of the job is when I had to leave because family reasons but if I didn't have to move I would of stay with them.
Very little shop tools, ones that they do have are never left where they're supposed to be. Water fountain water is contaminated. Some unsafe practices being used. Uniforms of about 5 different workers that no longer work there were still hanging in the dressing room. O the plus side management and co-workers were helpful and friendly.
Mechanic (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – April 5, 2017
Always had a problem with management and they always got fired but we did have one good supervisor that was able to get us raises that people did not get for over three years under bad managers for a while they just did not want to pay there employees a good wage
Parts Professional (Former Employee) – Mableton, GA – April 2, 2017
If you are not part of the Boys club you do not fit . Needs management that has experience . need a better work life balance. Needs to Maintain Quality personnel by offering better pay and Advancement no matter age ,race, religion .
SHIPPING/RECEIVING COORDINATOR (Former Employee) – Mableton, GA – November 11, 2016
MHC is a cool place to work thats getting better on the parts side definitely. I enjoyed my time there. During my time there I met a lot of good people that I am still friends with. They will train you and make sure you know what you are doing. Moving up in the company is totally up to you and your willingness to move around the departments
Service Manager (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – August 24, 2016
Typical day, Reviewing repair orders and outside invoice's from repair vendors. Creating and managing Po's. Managing inventory and tires. Managing warranty with both parts and Repair orders. Fleet management. Interviewing and hiring new employees, Tech Development. while delivering 100% customer service
Apprentie Service Technicain (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – July 29, 2016
Management was good and I liked my hours. I didn't like the job culture because it was not a job for people just getting into the industry, there was no time to learn anything and junior people were kept on menial tasks. I left because I saw no opportunity for learning or advancement.