A toilet that survives and succeeds due to drp connections
Estimator (Former Employee) – Florida – October 29, 2018
After 4 decades in the autobody industry as a shop owner for 35 years, and a production manager of a multi million dollar a year facility up north I came to fla. Caliber is by far the worst run successful business I have ever known of.
Most center managers have no repair experience, they only know the metrics and the numbers. I got to be good friends with all the techs, they all hate it there, some will say it out loud , most just keep quite and stay miserable.
Most of management are former estimators that think they know it all , but have no clue how to really fix a car, and that’s the person you’re going to have to listen to all day.
Estimators and techs are 100% commission , and if you don’t have enough sales or hours for a given week, they lend you money that you have to pay back.
So .... you can work there 50-55 hrs and owe them money- wtf!!!!!
No one really puts there heart and soul into the repairs , because they hate the place .
Managers are breaking the rules, and upper management has no idea what’s going on.
Upper management will visit, walk they the shop and not even say hello or good morning, like you are beneath them and not worthy of a hello
There are some really nice, fancy buildings. The management, or recruiter will promise you the world, but you’re talking to a wolf in sheeps clothing
The company is a very successful toilet .
I would love to sit down with top management someday and tell them what’s really going on!
Nice building when u pull up to the place
Lies, lies, and more lies- worst management ever