Assistant manager (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 18, 2018
I enjoyed working there at times. It could be stressful at times, but we knew how to handle it. I did not like the Store Hours there. Sometimes the team work could have been better. Hard to get pay raises in that company.
Over all I like Oreillys as a company. I enjoy workingg in the automotive industry. I think they need to be more selective on store mgr promotions and live up to the pay scale promised to store mgrs.Most management positions are over worked and under played while lower team members stand around and don't do much for their pay. I believe if oreilly would pay better than the national average ( as of right now it's 15 below!) they would have more productive work force. It is hard for any man to support a family on what oreilly pays an hour.
Parts Specialist (Former Employee) – Destin, FL – January 18, 2018
A typical work day was to hel customers get the parts that they need for there vehicles. Management was ok I guess when it came to asking for help and the crew members were always their if you needed help
Part Specialist (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – January 18, 2018
O'reilly was a great company to work for. Of course there were some thing i didn't care for but as a whole their value were respectful. Day to day would always change. You had to be quick on your feet.
Parts Specialist (Current Employee) – Semmes, AL – January 17, 2018
The manager is awesome, but the district manager will put you off the schedule for a week if you can not make it into work one day. The staff is extremely short handed and there is no one to cover a shift if need be. Also, O'Reilly's frowns upon over time, so don't expect to receive any.
Good place to work. Low pay. Poor corporate communication.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Cottage Grove, WI 53527 – January 17, 2018
Decent place to work. Not very good pay. Higher ups only care about numbers and money and not very much about the employees. Say they promote within which they do but they also hire a lot of outsiders for management etc....
Keyholder (Former Employee) – Lufkin, TX – January 17, 2018
I really liked this job I moved up quickly became a member of management within 6 months. However the store manager would not allow me any flexibility with hours. I found myself doing more of his work and not getting paid for it
Retail sales specialist and night manager (Former Employee) – Wellston ohio – January 16, 2018
Bad store manager, great assistant store manager. Easy job, some days went slow and some went fast. Great job to start at if you don't have a family. Hours aren't bad, but the retail sales specialist and a one part timer close the store and are in there 12 pm to 9pm so your whole day is basically stuck there doing nothing.
Majority of the work load put on a few qualified individuals.
commercial specialist (Former Employee) – Houston Area – January 16, 2018
Show up early and do about 25% of managers paperwork while answering and filling commercial customers orders. Route commercial deliveries and dispatch drivers. Review accounts and sales trends with outside salesmen. Balance cash drawer at both beginning and end of shift. Inform customers of promotional items. Handle and resolve customers complaints.
Good benefit packages
Lack of oversight of store management by corporation