Mechanic (Former Employee), Billerica, MA – November 16, 2014
Pros: some nice people come and go
Cons: abusive situation
The management is at best incompetent , the equipment is old faulty and substandard at best (when they have it ) .Late and low pay raise In 21 months 13 people have come and gone ! long day little pay with no over time or benefits
Mechanic Tech (Former Employee), Salem, OR – November 12, 2014
Pros: good day
Cons: bad day
Come in make sure shop is ready to go, floor is clean and not slippery , all tools are cleaned and ready for work. Talk to co-workers and make sure everything is ok. The hardest part of the job is the fun part of job is replacing parts and the most enjoyable is the people you meet.
National Construction Manager (Former Employee), Itasca, IL – October 14, 2014
Pros: national brand
Cons: bought out and headquarters moved to florida
Career advancement and latitude to complete projects were given. Daily interaction with Senior Management, franchisees and contractors kept the job interesting and challenging. Far reaching job scope included developing national vendor accounts, construction management with budget, environmental remediation, property management, facility management – more... of corporate stores, lease review and contract implementation. Training department new hires on policies and procedures. Travel and interaction with franchisees and contractors was very enjoyable. – less
Automotive Technician (Former Employee), Morrow, GA – September 7, 2014
Assisting technician mechanics in performing technical activities. • Diagnoses and repairs to specifications – brake and hydraulic, exhaust, primary and/or advanced fuel ignition and electrical, suspension and alignment, air conditioning and computer systems. • Adequately explains technical diagnoses and needed repairs to non-mechanical individuals – more... which may include employees and customers on an as-required basis. • Continuously learns new technical information and techniques in formal training sessions in order to stay abreast with rapidly changing automotive technology. • Keeps store management aware of mechanical repair problems as they occur. • Maintains an organized neat and safe bay. Learn how to diagnose and repair basic systems to become certified in a minimum of 5 areas with a preference for brakes, alignments, suspensions, cooling and electrical • Change oil and/or transmission fluid and filters • Install batteries and checks electrical systems • Install and perform tire maintenance • Install parts which include shock absorbers and exhaust systems • Road test vehicles – less
Automotive Technician (Former Employee), Cherry Hill, NJ – August 22, 2014
1. I fix customers cars. 2. I learn how to deal with customer and how to recommend the work they need. 3. My manager they are friendly and do their jobs well. 4. I try to get long with every one there and for the most part we do. 5. The hardest part keeping up with all the work. 6. Working with good people.