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What is the turnover like. Are long term employees encourage?

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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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I’m a 27 year veteran in the automotive business. Asbury is by far the worst company I have ever worked for or even heard of. They turn managers over like there should be a revolving door on each of their dealerships. Just look through Indeed jobs and see how many jobs are open for managers for Asbury. If you take a job with them keep your resume handy.

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High turnover in the last few years. Worked for them for 7 years and saw many come and go in all departments. Then it was turn. 8:30 pm after closing the end of the month, it was my turn. There's the door; we have replaced you. New GM, new employees is there direction.

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Turnover is high. Whatever you do do not report any crimes or company violations or they will fire you and not pay you what they owe

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Lots and lots of turnovers
Don’t get too friendly with anyone, wont be there tomorrow

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Turnover is not unusual for the industry, but at Asbury it seems like they encourage it.
Bottom Feeders!

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High turnover, the logic is "hit your numbers or get out" Greenville SC

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In one year, 3 GMs, 3 Gsms, 2 Service Managers, 4 Used Car Directors, 4 New Car Managers, and 4 Finance Managers. Not to mention countless technicians and salespeople.

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Turn-over was very high. In my time there, I'd seen over 30 employees come and go. They didn't care about experienced sales people leaving.

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Turnover is standard for industry they have a lot of long term employees

Answered - Sales Manager (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL

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