4 Wheel Parts
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $500M to $1B (USD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Warehouse Manager in Las Vegas, NV
on September 20, 2021
In Las Vegas, I worked in the warehouse. It is the only position in the whole store with no bonus, commission, or tips. I did so with little to no help for three years as the location grew and even expanded it's storage. I worked at a very fast pace, carrying and moving many heavy things all day, everyday. I worked my feet to the bone for fourteen dollars per hour, and little hope of moving up or getting help after repeated requests. The other work opportunities there are probably good compared to other like business, but I will never know.
Sales in Riverside, CA
on January 19, 2022
This company places high expectations for taking advantage of customers. Management is abusive and constantly trying to get out of resolving customer satisfaction issues. The manager and assistant manager who constantly do the minimum of there job roles expect employees to go above and beyond while they hide in the back while on their phones. It was a constant battle with the service manager who is constantly trying to get out of resolving poor workmanship. Overall working at 4wheel parts was like working with a bunch of con artists who received high praise for ripping people off.
Salesman in Naperville, IL
on September 12, 2021
Turn over is high people treated Not Fair and training and support is terrible no books of have problem High pressure car Salesmen /The point of system is backwards and time consuming . Take looking for a part you 4 different places to gets a parts Disorganized Far as product and placement. Not very clean to worried about them I would not work there . Good luck
Salesman in Denver, CO
on September 10, 2021
Company got swindled into a new system and is watching seasoned employees leave in droves without a single care in the world. The higher ups have no answers and the salesforce/techs get the short end of the stick.
Parts Sales / Service Writer in Ogden, UT
on September 6, 2021
Could be a fun environment, but upper management makes it impossible to relax, and techs not well trained, so sales guys constantly take the blow from customers for poorly executed work. We were there late constantly, atleast 2-3 days a week, waiting on techs to fix something or finish a job. Upper management is not well structured, so it seems like you have to chase down answers to questions that should be common knowledge. It always felt like it was very easy to get in trouble for something stupid and little as well. And finally the pay scale sucks. They pay you a low hourly wage, and the commissions fluctuates based on items, brands, days of the week, you name it, they had a reason the change the commission, so you can never count on a consistent paycheck, and on top of that, they have a minimum amount of sales that you have to reach to even get your commission, and coming from an experienced salesman, it was hard as a new guy to even reach that amount. Luckily I signed a guaranteed 3 month commission agreement, or else all 3 of those months I would have fallen short of the mark and not gotten commission to pay my bills with.

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