I worked at the bodyshopfor a year and met a lot of good people there. How ever the owner doesn't recognize you as an employee or values your work the same goes for management. Its a company that is willing to make a profit of its own employees.
Car detailer/parts runner (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – October 18, 2016
I get to work at 8:30. Open up the shop and then report to my manager for instructions. Then I get my broom and dustpan and sweep the floors. If a technician needs help with something I help. Then I empty the trash cans. If we have parts coming in I go to the receiving area and check parts in. Sometimes the parts department calls the body shop and let us know they have parts for us so I go in my van and pick them up. When the cars are ready for delivery I wash them. I get alone with everyone at work. among all my duties the one I enjoy the most is checking parts in and helping the technicians. If something is hard about my job is when I washing a car and then a vendor showsA up with parts because I have to stop washing the cars and when I go back I kind of have to start all over again because the car gets water spot.
I do not get paid if I am sick if I do not have vacation time
it was a fun work place and a nice place to be I learned how to sell cars in a proper way and all the features every vehicle had management was ok, my co-workers were good they helped me a lot when i needed help with a feature of a vehicle hardest part of my job was to sell a brand new car because alot of people wanted to drop down the prices i loved working with everyone
Sales (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – June 10, 2015
This company is not interested in compensating their employees for their hard work. They don't give raises or breaks. They have a high turn over because they are unorganized and don't have any policies in place. The owner and comptroller are never in agreement and unapproachable when they show up, therefore makes working there unbearable.