Manager (Former Employee) – Maryland – April 21, 2017
I was a mr tire manager and i worked my tail off to be fired for daring to seek medical help after being assaulted by an employee. Most of the management, in this market anyway, have substance abuse problems, and some of the upper management are convicted felons. Stay away from this company
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Cuyahoga Falls, OH – April 20, 2017
First off, $30.00/hr is B.S lie! You can't make anywhere near that! If you have a family or like some time off they could care less! Went from a tech to store manager in a month, didn't get my "promised bonuses" which are complete lies. District manager has a family and gets to spend all of his time with his family, then harasses you cause he's not making money! Biggest scam joke ever!!
I Love the work i do, just dont approve of the money thats being earned. Been employed there for 3 years and i have gained alot of knowledge. Just wish it was more that could be done to earn more money.
The knowledge and education I received. Im always learning something new.
They subtract paychecks based on productivity, Managers are all about them selves, I cant make money if no work is being sold, managers do not sell, customers do not buy.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Pa – March 20, 2017
If you have somewhat of a life or anything extracurricular kiss it goodbye. Was hired on at 47 + bonuses. You might clear 30 if your store is down like mine was. 6 days a week 12 hour days angry people on a daily basis. Employees are scum of scum. Upper management and corporate will leave you hanging from a cliff. If you need help outside your store and corporate is your only answer, good luck! You'll hate your life working here. Outdated systems will leave you stranded. The list goes on
Automotive Technician (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – March 19, 2017
The previous "DM" came back to Pittsburgh. I have been working for Monro for 10 years as a technician and now there is a new "care" about the business and our success. He talks to us, the technicians 1st before talking to the management asking us what he can do for us ? He asks about your family, our well being and truly is concerned with us making the money we want. We all work hard and he works just as hard as we do and wont shy away from anything or helping us out when we are busy. He even buys lunch for us when we have a good day. He is concerned about his customers and makes sure that the management takes care of them and we do it right the first time. Days can be long at times, but you make the money if you want to. Other techs will help you if you get into a bind or have issues repairing vehicles. I once again enjoy the job I do and the people I work with.
Accountant (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – March 7, 2017
Not a place you want to find yourself working at. Management is clueless on how to handle or support employees. Corporate office is just as screwed up as the shops. Low pay, poor managers, lazy employees, double standards, no time for family.
Only take work here if your desperate. And find something new fast.
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Kentucky – February 11, 2017
Started as a tech when it was Ken towerys, moved up the ladder. Now assistant manager. No bonuses, can't keep people in the shop because of the pay being low and having to buy your own tools. A lot of stress day to day and not enough pay
Automotive Technician (Current Employee) – Ashland, MA – February 5, 2017
start working at 7:30 most of all do oil changes and sometimes do some brake jobs.we also sell tires and do muffler work.i learned on align vehicles i also do timing belts and change parts like bearings,rack and pinions and comlete engines.do all kind of works
B Technician (Former Employee) – Chester, NY – February 3, 2017
I worked for 2 different locations in 2 different states .first one Was a great experience ...2nd one not so good...illegal inspections by unlicensed techs..Hollowing out catalytic convertes..parts being left off vehicles..senior tech taking credit for jobs that he didn't do so he met his subsidiaries and management turning a blind eye to it...couldn't even get upper management to respond to a request to speak about the issues...stay away from Chester ny.monro muffler