Parts Manager (Current Employee) – Sterling, VA – May 23, 2016
On a daily basic, I print out the missing parts report make sure the parts that's on the report are still coming in that day. I also print the credit report and call on them through the day. When parts come in I check them to the invoice make sure it's correct, I then receive the parts in the system and then put the parts in the appropriate bin so the body guys can find them. I can get away where to five deliveries to ten plus more deliveries a day. In the mix of all that I need to follow up on the parts yet still to arrive and the parts that the body guys are stilling waiting on.
ESTIMATOR (Former Employee) – Fort Collins, CO – February 16, 2019
Required to do an excessive amount of work within the planned work day, which hardly ever is an eight hour day , closer to twelve. Stressful due to customer wants/desires and the company requirements which either one most times is hard to fulfill.
Office Manager (Current Employee) – Burke, VA – February 3, 2019
If you like to work hard and be honed come here and work if not turn right back where you came from because this place ain't for you. You will work hard and long hours and maybe do extra work but it all pays off
Body Technician (Former Employee) – jacksonville florida – January 30, 2019
all depends on the boss that comes in that day. shop manager was great ..all the rest ONLY care about there own pay.and making the numbers..when you have a manager tell you you can ask me or talk to , you can, but im not going to listen or care.That shocked me ..a week later I made a great choice and left..best choice I ever made....I HIGHLY RECAMEND NOT WORKING THERE..jax fla.
Center Manager (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – January 30, 2019
They simply do not care about their people. They will promise you the moon and stars while interviewing. But then expect you to not see your families and work crazy hours. They tell you they are not open Saturdays, then tell the managers they have to tell their staff it is mandatory if they are not hitting certain sales numbers.
You are either open or you are not. Micromanaging DOES NOT WORK.
hard and fast working corporation but i love a challange
Assistant Technician (Former Employee) – Moreno Valley, CA – January 24, 2019
fast-paced and stressful I learned a lot of responsibility when it came to putting back cars together. It was always be wide awake at what you're doing because you're dealing with cars that people drive could not slack and maybe do this or that everything is a must because if you didn't care you would put peoples lives in danger. You're constantly being pushed to get certain cars out for the week and making sure all parts for the car are well organized and that your work area is professional. It was never a dull day at work it was always working hard and kept pushing.
Great friend to me let me tire to be something new.
Service Advisor (Former Employee) – Baytown, TX – January 18, 2019
Started at this blind, because I knew cars and how to build and fix them, so was giving a chase to shine and the computer work slowed me down. The computer program how it was written very hard to pick up when the jobs out in the shop needed to get done.
The people you worked with and working on cars to make them look awesome.
Painter (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – January 16, 2019
Problems in the workplace and he let's the other employees deal with it, plays favorites with the painter who has been there many years even when the other painter made same and in many cases more revenue for the company.
Their some great people who work here that make work fun. But the management and company sucks. All they care about is themselves and their income. They force you to do all the work but dont get appreciated with raises or bonues.
Automotive Technician Assistant (Former Employee) – Oxnard, CA – January 11, 2019
Loved working here as it was also my first job. It was fun and my first manager was awesome but after he left to open his own business the new manager was definetaly a step down. Eventually had to leave as it created a toxic worked environment. He has since left and a former co- worker is now manager and from what I’ve heated has made it much better
Auto Damage Service Advisor (Current Employee) – Taylors, SC – December 30, 2018
Work starts at 7 am and finishes at 6 pm, so the days are long. Fast paced and plenty of work to accomplish every day to successfully move each car through the repair process. Must deal with customers, suppliers, technicians, management and their policies and procedures and insurance companies and their policies. Must be positive, flexible and have a lot of specific knowledge. Continually learning and improving daily and thinking ahead for the next several days. Hardest part of the job is getting it all done perfectly and occasionally dealing with a miserable person and trying to make them a happy customer. Best part of the job is the comradarie of the team and satisfaction when each job is done and the customer leaves happy.
Co-workers. Job security. Good pay . Learning every day.