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Stop racism and discrimination practices; stop condoning hostile work environments; killing salesman with years of verball and mental abuse ie: Jim Thompson on daily basis, denying him a day off to treat his Parkinson’s by working him bell to bell six days a week, 12 hours a day then fire him for being disabled when he did (#1 in earnings). CRUEL and INHUMANE!!! The treatment by Wayne Eldridge and Bill Cron (Mark Murphree and Georgianna Keenum complicit as well for allowing it).
Also listen when a Manager or Director protecting the company and consumers blows the whistle on: misuse of company assets, embezzlement, fraud, wire fraud, forgery, sabotage, adultery between GM and receptionist 1/2 his age; instead of seeking revenge, retaliation, reprisal, and committing slander, libel, defamation of character, falsifying personnel files, suing whistleblower, dying to a federal judge multiple times in briefs and motions; when all he had was the company‘s, “customers”, and the Publics best interest AND SAFTEY in mind. You run off to 20+ car people promoting those who never hit double digits, who have checkered pasts ranging from finishing last on the board monthly, to cocaine addiction and arrests, known racists and bigots history, known sexual predators as business managers sexting teenagers, and known sexual harassers ie: Jason Brown TWICE! out of favoritism and the good ol boy connections and connections to Atlanta ect.. ect...

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All of the other acusations are accurate. They cannot retain employees due to constant pay plan changes meaning as soon as you become a top producing employee, they change the pay plan so you make less working harder and it results in going somewhere else where you are appreciated. Turnover, turnover, turnover.
Do not waste your time here.

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When people do not produce before they are fired for bad production we try to work with them. We want them to hit there numbers. Also people buy cars at night and on weekends. It like working retail. It’s not a 9-5 job. If you want that don’t sell retail. Best R.

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Very comfortable interview. The hiring manager asked about me as a person, what drives me, and what would reassure them that I stay committed to their company.

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Care more about the employee's. We are not ROBOTS! We are not Chickens with #'s 1,2,3 stamp on our chest. Care more, NOT JUST ABOUT NUMBERS!!

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I was contacted via phone

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Poor pay. Terrible policies. Way to much nepotism.

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Just fine- no problems- would reccommend it.

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