Pay does not match job dutys
Shop Mechanic (Former Employee) – Charlotte – August 1, 2015
Worked for S.B. for 2 Years. Unless you have A.D.D. and like to work somewhere where everything is done in panic mode and last minute and every 15 minutes there is a new task to complete like 5 minutes ago, then this would be a great place for you to work. There profit sharing is a joke and I really came to believe they are like a pyramid scheme. Store manager $100,000 plus a year with free truck and gas and big bonuses. The pay trickles down from there. Your a shop guy, driver, you make about $35,000 a year with no real bonuses, assume all the risks and liability and have to invest in $1000's of dollars in tools if your a mechanic. Yearly raise was a slap in the face about a quarter an hour. Long term minions will throw you under the bus in a heart beat. Sunbelt's prices are the highest and they rent the same stuff every other rental place does. My advice don't work for these jokers unless you can go right into outside sales or upper management. That is the only positions you can make a good living and can pass the stress down to the minions.
Uniforms, free cheap pizza once a month
Management, understaffed intentionly, coworkers attitudes