Product Development Manager (Current Employee) – Farmington Hills, MI – June 20, 2017
RouteOne is one of the industry leaders for providing innovative technology solutions for the automotive finance industry and has been honored to be selected by the Detroit Free Press as a Top 100 Workplace. We believe our people are the backbone of the company. At RouteOne, we live by our values: integrity, teamwork, service, organizational excellence, financial stewardship and respect. It is in our DNA. We are always looking for creative, energetic and talented individuals to join our team and have their hand in the success and growth of our business. Interested in working for a fun, fast-paced, growing company? Consider applying for a position at RouteOne!
IT (Current Employee) – Farmington Hills, MI – July 14, 2017
They are very cheap will never get any training or move from your position. Unless your happy with never learning something new to advance will stay very short term. Management does not stand up for their employees you have to keep all your emails as a CYA or find yourself quietly let go. Pay is ok but, you can do better with other companies. They promise large bonus to bring you up to standards which, never happen. e
The place is better than no job but, exspect to be looking day after you start for something new.
Inside Sales Support/Shop Click Drive SME (Current Employee) – Farmington Hills, MI – August 25, 2015
RouteOne is an awesome IT company to work for. We service car dealerships with submitting credit applications to different finance sources. The culture around the office is one in which they expect for you to do your job and not have to micro manage you. They are always doing something for employee morale.
Engineer (Former Employee) – Farmington Hills – February 21, 2014
It started off as a good company to work for, but soon after I was there I knew why such a high turn over rate. They promise bonuses, but only the executives get them. The hours you are suppose to work are constantly being changed and its tough to stay on a common schedule. the pay is decent, but there is no room in the company to work your way up, you'll probably be stuck at that same position.
The clients are nice, and free seminars.
No bonuses, work long hours, short vacation time, no promotions possible
Telesales Representative (Former Employee) – Farmington Hills, MI – May 13, 2013
Made 60-100 oubound calls daily, I learned the importance of CSI (Customer Satisfaction Index) as well as MFA (Multiple Factor Authentication). Direct manager was not available most times, my co-workers were approachable and friendly. The hardest part of the job was the hours. The most enjoyable part of the job was the contact and communication with the customers.