Mobile Company Store Manager (Former Employee) – Marshalltown, IA – October 17, 2017
Excellent opportunity for those driven and focused on achieving sales goals. Excellent salary and commission structures. Long and difficult hours with complex list of responsibilities. Very steep learning curve
Order Processing and Receiving Supervisor (Former Employee) – Carson City, NV – October 5, 2017
Typical day at work involved managing warehouse floor process across two buildings and leading / developing associate based continuous improvement teams. Continued developing my lean process improvement skills. Workplace culture was an emerging team based system. Hardest part of the job was navigating the human element of change... also the most enjoyable... the proverbial double edged sword.
Job was good enough to pay the bills, however I did not see myself working there long term.
Picker/Packer (Former Employee) – Crystal Lake, IL – October 5, 2017
The job is fine as a temporary job, but not ideal for a good future/career. I met nice workers that were easy to talk to, and willing to lend a helping hand if needed. The building was in unclean conditions, and the order system was out of date. Half the orders that were handed out to employees to complete were already done.
Easy work, and nice people
Employees slacked, building cleanliness was poor, and there were no benefits
Associate IT Technician (Former Employee) – Kenosha, WI – September 28, 2017
Worst management horrible company i was screamed at and belittled the entire time. Racism is an issue in the office as well as sexism from the female management which only seems to reward female staff that do not do the same quality work
Order Processor (Former Employee) – Crystal Lake, IL – September 12, 2017
Snap-on is a wonderful organization to be a part of. It is well managed, they have a great benefits package which includes stock options. The people are friendly which makes for a nice working atmosphere.
Lead Service Technician (Former Employee) – Conway, AR – August 21, 2017
I worked with Snap-on for 20 years. They are a great company. They have great benefits . Great Tech support. I was the last Tech in the emissions program before it ended. Everyone worked with each other. The company was like a family.
Sales Representative Assistant (Current Employee) – Hesperia, CA – August 21, 2017
Just to clarify I worked for a franchisee not the corporation. My particular franchisee just had gotten comfortable and stop pushing. The corporation on the other hand is the number company in automotive tools and has the title for a reason. A chance with the corporation means a chance with a happy, meaningful career with loads of potential for climbing the corporate ladder.
Customer (Former Employee) – Crystal Lake, IL – August 14, 2017
Snap On was a great company with very nice benefits. They offered contests and prizes and also they would randomly give away item. They would have auctions for their "scratch and dent" tool storage, so you could get some really great deals!
Franchise Owner (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – August 11, 2017
A great company with an outstanding reputation. A recognized leader in tools and equipment in the automotive industry. Being a franchise owner is an extremely time consuming proposition, which can take a heavy toll on family and relationships. Good opportunity to buy company stock and contribute to a SEP IRA.
Form/weld (Current Employee) – Algona, IA – July 27, 2017
When I first started working here I liked it. Then everything start to change and I started to realize that I didn't want to work there anymore. The amount or people that can get away with certain things is redickulouse. The hours kinda suck and you have to personal life when you work here unless you can get on first shift. They say it's a team work place but it doesn't really run that way. This place is also nothing but a drama filled rumor mill.
The pay and raises
Short breaks, not a team work place, alot of drama