Varies. No week is the same.
Answered - Business Office Associate (Current Employee) - Colma, CA
8 to 5 PM, unless you are mangement favorites. However if you are a project you could work over 12 hours. they do not care that you have a family. All they care about is selling a car.
9AM to 6PM or 12AM to 9PM
Answered - Sales Consultant (Current Employee) - Jacksonville, FL
Detailing and being a errand boy
Answered - Inventory Associate to Supply Lead (Former Employee) - Savannah, GA
Nights, weekends if you want to make bonuses
Depends on position - in sales, it's quite common to either come in early or stay late if you have a sale. It's not rare to see a sales consultant work a bell to bell, if they have multiple deals. Business office and inventory team typically have a straightforward schedule; it's rare when they're required to stay later. Buyers stick to their schedule for the most part.
Answered - Buyer (Former Employee) - Inglewood, CA
Three shifts for sales (open, mid or close) two days off together as a sales consultant. Usually only one day for managers. It rotates on an eight week schedule. ie, work 4 days off a day, work 6 days off a day, work three days off two days and so on......
40hrs if u want but u have a sales quota if you are not meeting it you will have to work more especially at the beginning,
Answered - Senior Sales Consultant/Trainer (Former Employee) - Ontario, CA