Lead Porter (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – June 2, 2014
Welcomed and Interfaced with customers Ensured cars were spotlessly cleaned when presented to customers Always made myself available to assist customers, team members and supervisors with requests and questions.
I learned to work with many types of people and that the customer expected and deserved quality service.
Disappointing customers if I was able to assist them
Very fast paced work environment, you will inevitably learn a lot of valuable information. Good work culture but can be stressful at times, challenging in a good way, personal growth is guaranteed if you work hard.
It's a good company to work for. Like most corporations there will be things you don't agree with but overall it is a very good company. They are working on creating training for the Management team but in the meantime you must be willing to put in the work to learn your job correctly.
Rely too much on indiviuals and not enough on teams
Great I love it only thing it's conmission based I love working with Penske the office is acruallly in plaza Exxon I would love to find full time employment in corporate office right now it's just as needed
Management Trainee (Current Employee) – Wisconsin – June 6, 2017
You will always be busy, always be stressed. They invest in their people, and train them accordingly. You will travel a lot, you will work a lot, you will always be thinking about work, you will dream of trucks. The company culture is young and fun; you have the potential to make life long friends. Everyone is young and that helps the days go by fast.
Painter (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – May 29, 2017
I received experience and work ethics which I use in my daily life. Teamwork is very beneficial and Im very easy to work with. I can follow or lead. The management is fair and patient with customers and employees. I was given an opportunity without being stereotyped because of my past offenses.
Free lunches randomly, free beverages and safety assurance and respectful enviroment
room for advancment, plenty of training, decent pay
Diesel Technician (Former Employee) – Pottsville, PA – May 23, 2017
great place to work if you can handle the work. being a diesel mechanic there, it is very demanding work. The training offered is great and they are always investing in their technicians. the compensation is good and so are the benefits. The down side is the schedule. most new techs stay on second or ever third shift for a long time. very hard to get a first shift scheduled, which is hard when you have a family.
team based, great compensation and benifits. great training
Accounting Clerk (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – May 22, 2017
I would still work for Penske if they had a location in Tupelo. It is a wonderful company and they are very good to their wmployees.I started in a simple job and learned mote. Once I was very efficient in that task I was promoted to another. This could tinted throughout my time there and I was trained to do many things. There were many transitions that were highly challenging. My time in the Wolfchasetoyoya.com Toyota location was my favorite. We had a wonderful team spirit and we all worked very closely together to conquer anything that came about.
Consumer Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – May 21, 2017
I would be required to come into work and complete a daily yard check of our inventory for the day. I would often work very long hours anywhere from 8 to 16 hours in a day. I was on call often, I was not given many tools to continue my career path with Penske because there was a lot of politics associated with the company. I enjoyed the drive to be best in sales and very customer service oriented.
Many discounts, options to go to other locations, training
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Winchester, KY – May 15, 2017
I enjoyed working for Penske but they had a few issues that I couldn't handle like working 6 days a week sometime 7 long hours didn't pay any more money when you work weekends and sometimes very stressful work loads dealing with the customers