Monro Muffler/Brake Employee Reviews

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co-workers helpful and easy to get along with
Service Technician/Certified CT Emissions Expert (Current Employee), Monroe, CTMarch 6, 2015
A typical work day for me at Monroe brake/muffler is doing a lot of oil changes and emission testing. There is on most occasions that I have no work at all. So to sum it all up theres not a lot of challenging work and steady work flow, which is why im looking for new opportunities as a mechanic.
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This place is the absolute worst.
Technician (Former Employee), Harrisonburg, VANovember 26, 2014
Pros: none.
Cons: rare to get a lunch. pay is horrible. management is the pits.
No time with family. No training. No time off. They pay is the worst. Sheets starts out more. As for raises you can forget it. Management is the absolute pits. They will lie to you. They will cheat you. My advice is never work for them.
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Great workplace
Mechanic (Current Employee), Pittsburgh, PASeptember 2, 2014
Pros: hands on experiences
-The work is challenging and interesting. Everyday i'm learning something new which keeps the job interesting, using new tools and equipment, discussing and explaining to customers, and diagnosing and troubleshooting.
-The management and co-workers are all hard working and look out for each other. We all work and assist each other to work to the same goals. The management always makes sure we have what we need, such as pay, time off, and shop supplies.
-the job is fun, but challenging. Sometimes you have unexpected problems or malfunctions that u have to over come to accomplish the task. Situations such as that are the hardest part of the job, which is why there my favorite.
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this company is a joke
manager (Former Employee), ctSeptember 2, 2014
Pros: comission
Cons: long hours, no pay, no holidays, high pressure, horrible benefits
U work 70 to 80 hours a week oh and if u work pfp (paid for performance) and get paid an extra 1/2 a percent oh boy. Pay is a joke. Hours are long forget about having a family cause managers are expected to be there from 7:30 to 7 every day. U get 3 holidays off are year BigDeal. Upper management is a joke, they come around once a month and break balls. Benefits are horrible. Oh and if u want to work with the dumbest retards on the planet cause monro hires anyone with a heartbeat then ur in luck. And every buddy works on comission so ges where thst leads. This company is A JOKE.
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Productive and busy workplace with great culture.
6 Week student internship (Former Employee), Glenmony NYJanuary 30, 2014
Pros: busy days not ime for lunch.
Formal work environment
Time management skills have been improved from experience
Co-workwers are helpfull and always friendly
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asst manager (Former Employee), fitchburg,ma /leominster,maNovember 2, 2013
Cons: no compensation for hard work..horrible management ..
horrible upper management ..no involvement from upper management ..no employee recognition ..not worth the pay nor the heada ches that could be simple fixes that turn into monthly projects..
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Assistant Manager (Current Employee), Cincinnati, OHSeptember 12, 2013
Pros: no comment
Cons: i drive thirty minutes one way, my checks are getting less and less each pay period.
My shop I work for is not so bad, however the higher management needs much improvement. The store buildings are falling apart such as the drywall is crumbling down, the outside walls are in desperate need of painting, and the equipment is never repaired as requested. A typical day at work is usually slow and now the employees hours are being cut so productivity is thinning each day.
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Standard automotive retail job
General Store Manager (Former Employee), Lancaster, PAMarch 27, 2013
Managed daily operations, including training and staffing technicians, also maintaining sales and profit increases
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Assistant Service Manger (Former Employee), Saratoga Springs, NYDecember 28, 2012
Pros: great customers
Cons: all listed above
Difficult corporate structure,lack of upper management involvement,. Compensation below industry standards,poor medical benefits.Long hours,no employee recognition.
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I'm sorry but I've never considered "fun" to be part of the work environment. there wewre no ping pon tables or such at Monro. The only good days
Auto Technician (Former Employee), Kingston, NYJuly 30, 2012
Pros: there were very few "pros" for monro at my level!
Cons: the " cons" at my level certainly out weghed the "pros" for lower level management
Monro Muffler/Brake was okay for techs but not so good for management at my level.
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its a paycheck barely
automotive technician (Current Employee), Pottsville, PAMay 24, 2012
Cons: not enough hours, pay is bad, not readily willing to help
when i started everything was ok, but after the first month my hours got cut, because there is not enough business. the pay was already lousy. i think im actually losing money working there because i have to drive 30 minutes to get to work. Currently looking for another job so I can pay my student loans and other bills. This job is a joke!
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Headquarters
Rochester New York, United States
Revenue
$686.6 Million
Employees
5,001 to 10,000
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