Store Manager (Current Employee) – Manassas Park, VA – July 26, 2015
Receive and invite customers with-in 20 seconds coming on-to the lot to ensure they are seen to and will be served! Supervised and train team members to perform typical and additional services and provide WORLD CLASS CUSTOMER SERVICE.............every car every time! While making our job fun and SAFE!
Good company to work for but a hard job to do but it was fun
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – July 25, 2017
Valvoline is a very good company to work for they take care of their employees they offer great benefits my manager at the time was an awesome guy to have taught me everything he knew you tell me everything I know and they're always willing to help you out and take care of their employee.
Good place to work for
Not good on raises even if you worked your hardest
Retail Store Manager (Former Employee) – Escondido, CA – July 12, 2017
Poorly managed. District manager had no experience in the automotive industry. Store managers had little support from upper management. they should allow the mangers to make decisions that directly effect there store.
If there was 2 people in the pit at least three days a week it would be so much less stressful. I have to do all preclosing in the pit myself, (mopping, stocking, draining the oil pods, cleaning) at the end of my shift. I'm glad to have the job but I use to have another person helping me.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Erie County, NY – July 1, 2017
They pay the senior employees poorly. Assistant managers in the Erie county area make on average ~$18/he, while Valvoline pays around $13-14/hr... very sad considering we work out added off to keep the customers and general manager happy. It would only take 0.50-1.00 to truly make a difference. That is pocket change compared to the money I bring in from sales. No commission, you should atleast pay your employees well enough for them to want to stay, maybe that's why there is such insane amount of turnover.. #endrant
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Madison, TN – June 30, 2017
Wonderful place to work. great advancement opportunities. You will have to work to earn the advancement which means management knows what they are doing this is an extreme positive. Lots of on the job education and training that you are required to do. This means that you know what you are doing too.
Technician (Former Employee) – Wilkesboro, NC – June 29, 2017
The management is two faced and only care about sales. They will try to sale services that are not needed. Your schedule changes continuously, and you will be sent home when business is slow. Not a good job at all if you need a steady pay check.
Automotive Technician (Former Employee) – East Hanover, NJ – June 27, 2017
t Valvoline is where I began my love and passion for cars; I'm forever grateful for this opportunity as it showed me so much about myself. I learned that I really enjoy challenges and push myself to overcome them.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Clifton Park, NY – June 24, 2017
I loved working for the company for the longest time. They had some good managers and some really bad ones. Its very busy they are flexible if you needed time off for any reason. I loved interacting with the customers. I disliked that they play favorites. its very who you know and not what you know there. they have good benefits.