A "It's Just Business" Environment
Merchandise Coordinator (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – March 12, 2015
A typical day in "Paradise" involves parking across the street from Rick Case, clocking in, and busting your butt especially when in front of the eyes of managers.
I learned that hard work does not get you a raise nor does it earn you a promotion. Brown nosing is the answer! So if you enjoy talking your way to the top, then this is the place for you!
Also learn how to defend your ground when anybody blames you to be the cause of any situation. There is so much heat at this dealership that anybody will do anything to take it off of themselves.
At the manager meets, they discuss "seeing" employees from other departments not doing their jobs. But if you have the opportunity to meet the Big Managers, they are good people and will always get the job done.
The co-workers here are either new and pumped to make money, or have grown weary of the system. Many are fired or find better opportunities outside of Rick Case.
It is a tough environment to work at if you are a woman. Men patrol most all the departments except the accounting office.
The hardest part of the job is to not give up due to all the stress that others will bestow upon you.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the freedom to do your job, although that pleasure has been decreasing as more and more managers are starting to micro manage tasks.
monthly free luncheon. excellent schedule. free self-serve car wash/dry/vacuum.
quickness to put the blame on the other party. high turn-over rate. condescending managers.