Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Corbin, KY – June 2, 2016
Company is no longer in business, but i loved my job there as a sales associate. They were a great company to work for.People came looking for specific bikes and we would help them find what they were looking for the price they wanted
One of the most important subject is be aware of what course the technician need to be competitive in his job. If we see many come back work on the Shop, is because that technician does not know an specific knowledge of something, and search so we can give them what they need.
Every three months we have a meeting with the parts and service department of all the Suzuki dealer to see how they improve and what they need to do better his performance. If something I miss all these time is my co-workers we take care each other was a really nice environment to work. The only thing that I don't like is when we have to notify a technician that he felt on a course. I work at Suzuki del Caribe for 21 years and I really feel very proud of that company.
We have 401 and medical insurance.
401 and medical insurance
the only department that still working are accounting and parts.
Packing and Shipping (Current Employee) – Mechanicsburg, PA – March 30, 2013
It's a good, easy job. There are two fifteen minute breaks and a thirty minute lunch. Management has an open door policy and my co-workers are pleasant enough. Any of them would be willing to help you out with something. The heavy lifting is minimal, and there isn't any micromanaging. I enjoy being left alone to do my work without constantly being bothered about it. The hardest part of the job is the lack a variety in it.
everyone is helpful
you never know when you're done for the day. each day is different