Lead Title Clerk (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – June 10, 2017
I would structure my work day based on priority items, taking care of customers as a priority. The work would be completed as necessary and in a timely manner. Oversight of assistants and training as needed was also important to allow employees to complete tasks. Interacting with Finance Department to make sure all essential paperwork and training was provided to enhance the target of smoothly providing customer case.
Technician (Current Employee) – North Richland Hills, TX – July 16, 2018
great place to work if youre willing to put up with long hot hours and a ticket dispatch system that is flawed. technicians here can absolutely make a living. as long as you are willing to wait for tenor to start getting tickets that bring your hour count up.
There is a great need for leadership and in house promotions. There is no regard to the employees personal life's or their families. When the weather is bad enough for the city to shut down you are expected to be at work regardless of the dangers.
New Vehicle Salesman (Former Employee) – Lithia Springs, GA – July 13, 2018
I had a bad experience, from the management on down. Didn't give bonuses, cold calling, micro-management and lost deals. Most of the day is spent standing around outside or calling customers that put you on the blocklist.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Johnson City, TN – July 11, 2018
Autonation is a well organized place with great management. It has provided me a product that I can be proud of selling. Autonation has also taught me to be self efficient because of the low stress from my superiors. I would recommend autonation to anyone looking to better their career,
Web Data Analyst (Current Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – July 10, 2018
Nice people committed to doing their job. They need to keep up with the times and provide days to work from home. That's the main con. Work areas are noisy and unefficient at times. Overall though a good place to work.
FLEET DIRECTOR/FINANCE MANAGER (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – July 9, 2018
But little life/work balance. Some great people worked here, but also revolving door store. Many think only the shareholders matter here... that’s probably a true statement from some perspective’s. It was a good 5 year run for me.
Business Development Coordinator (Former Employee) – Leesburg, VA – July 6, 2018
Good place to work. Plenty of opportunity for lateral moves in the automotive industry, with upward movement being a bit more difficult. Management proved to be non-traditional in the time I had there, but since has been changed out.
If you have a desire to be broke then your in the right place
Service Advisor Assistant (Former Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – July 4, 2018
I don’t have any thing bad to say about the management but you better get it in writing before you leave your current job. The service advisor position is a fast pace position with that being said one would only think that if you are writing 25 to 30 customers a day that you would be making $$ wrong!! If you don’t know the name of the game then you’re going to get the shaft. I will sum it up.... here if you are a new person you will have to build your own clientele and that is going to take you a year or more to do it. 2nd should you make any of the employees of CCC or BDC mad then you are in double trouble. Also if your CSI score is below the Market Average here comes 20% off your money. So what they don’t explain to you is all of the things that can affect your $$$. When you come for the interview and you ask what is the pay scale you won’t know that until the first day of employment. Now I can tell you that yes you can make 10G a month here. But the ones making it have been there 12 years or the least amount of time is someone who has at least been there 3 years. So you will be writing all the 5K 10K & 20,25K services and you’re lucky to get a chance to write a car that has more than 50K on it because if you happen to catch one on the service lane, we’ll let’s say that more than likely it’s been seen by an advisor that’s been there a few years and guess what.... even if the customer is coming in unannounced with out a appointment.... you will have to give it to the advisor that has seen them in the past. Doesn’t matter if it has been 5 years since the customer has been in.more... You still lose it. So welcome to the world of bend over and get it in your————-!!!!less
Come in at 6:30am and listen to another advisor telling what he ate for dinner every day