Parts Sales Manager & Commercial Driver (Current Employee) – San Luis Obispo, CA – April 16, 2019
whether coming into a first job position or taking a management position, you can advance your customer service and automotive repair skills, increase automotive parts knowledge, and take initiatives in a competitive retail environment
Cashier/Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Longview, TX – April 11, 2019
I was mainly responsible for delivery of parts to customers in our local delivery area. I loved this part of my job. I was able to create many lasting relationships with customers as well as meeting many new people.
Fun workplace for the most part but very stressful for th pay versus the work load.
Parts sales manager (Current Employee) – Shreveport, LA – April 8, 2019
Auto Zone Inc. has a top notch mission statement. The culture is very rich. And the knowledge that you could gain in the automotive industry is exponentially great. I just wish it was a more symbiotic work environment.
Best parts at the right price
You don’t know if you’re going to get the same sales associate.
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Little Ferry, NJ – April 8, 2019
a typical work day would consist of approving returns, making a bank order/change order be accountable for schedules an employees. knowledge about the sales an customer service an also planograms. i learned alot about customer service, sales, an management. District manager typically mistreated employees an set a bad example in my opinion. The culture was comfortable an clean thought. I disagreed on the pay an manager
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Somerville, MA – April 7, 2019
a typical work day would consist of approving returns, making a bank order/change order be accountable for schedules an employees. knowledge about the sales an customer service an also planograms. i learned alot about customer service, sales, an management. store manager typically mistreated employees an set a bad example in my opinion. The culture was comfortable an clean thought. Nothing was hard about it since have prior experience in sales an customer service. I enjoyed the job to fullest potential but disagreed on the pay an manager
PARTS SPECIALIST MANAGER (Current Employee) – Lakewood, CO – April 5, 2019
This is a great place to work. The management team is awesome and are willing to do anything to help you succeed. The one thing that really gets me about working here is that the pay just doesn't seem to make living really possible in todays economy.
Hub Coordinator/ Manager (Current Employee) – Colonie, NY – April 4, 2019
Great Place to work if you have the right management in place. Great opportunity to move up in the company if you do your job and follow the guide lines that AutoZone has set up. The guide line are there to help you grown and advance you to the next level. The most enjoyable part about the job are the people I work with . If your having a rough day they pitch in to help out and vice versa. All in all not a bad place to work if everyone just does their job.
Unsure if it is just my district or the company as a whole.
Part Sales Manager (Current Employee) – California – April 3, 2019
Not enough hours to run the store. (3 employees at a store with 50+ customers an hour) Poor district management. Not school friendly. Cliquish culture. Favoritism Unreliable tech support. No competitive pay. Lack of transparency. Expects a high level of automotive knowledge, but offers very low pay for the knowledge. Unless you are a manger you will not gain any skills applicable to other careers,
Store Operations Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – April 3, 2019
AutoZone as a whole is an excellent company to work for. I have been able to grow my skillset as a financial analyst through excellent guidance and excellent coworkers. AutoZone's management is exceptional in the way of transparency across all levels of employees, their dedication to the company, and how they act as examples of leadership. The most enjoyable part of working at AutoZone is working alongside excellent coworkers while knowing that your work is appreciated and impactful.
District Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 1, 2019
Good team building, great management employee relation, great opportunity for advancement, great training programs, inventory management, coaching, coaching training and mentoring, great sales training, great store to corp comnmunication
A typical day at work very busy and fast pace. I learned so much working at AutoZone. Anywhere from communication skills to learning the streets and highways of New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts. Management at AutoZone is great. They are very helpful and they care about their employees. The workplace culture at AutoZone is fun, fast pace and very eventful. The hardest part of the job is never having enough Hub Drivers. The most enjoyable part of the job is great team work and the fun we can have joking around with each other while getting the job done.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Georgia – March 26, 2019
I can mostly recall that the culture of this company was not very friendly not did it play out in the stores. Once it hit the store level it was even worse. It was very cut-throat and had some DMs whose integrity was questionable. There were some great team members and some awesome managers I was lucky to work for, but the company itself was off.
Their systems were advanced.
Unwilling team members who would go the extra mile, rude, no work/life balance, always being threaten of job security.