If you have an interview with this company, go apply at McDonald's where you'll make more money.
I took a chance on this company, based on all the growth promises, and the hopes of having a store of my own. When an opening came open, I was passed over for someone outside the company. The district manager, in my interview, made remarks such as, "well, you know if (insert regional manager's name here) doesn't like you, you're not going anywhere" and, "some times older guys like us tend to get screwed over". Um, I'm in my mid 30's, I don't think I'm old enough to be age discriminated against.
The company is growing at a rapid pace, but they are just buying up other dealers, those dealers already have employees, so there really isn't anywhere to be promoted to.
They also started taking out my health insurance a full 20 days before it went into effect, but they say it will be cancelled immediately on my last day of employment. Can't figure that one out either.
Atrocious work life balance.
Of course, the best employees are completely taken advantage of.
They tax checks however they want. Spiffs are put on bi-weekly check, I feel like they just tax the whole check at one big lump sum.
If you still choose to interview here, make sure to find out what tier of store it is. If it is anything less than a tier 2 or does less than 50k in gross profit, you will go in the poor house!!
I've burned through 3 months of savings and have had to take out a loan to stay afloat. I can't wait to get out of there!
If the store is slow, you sit down a lot
Pay, management, see review