Carr Auto Group
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  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
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Reviews

Auto Body Technician in Beaverton, OR
on May 5, 2020
Bigger company where the owners take the time to make employees feel important. A real feeling that customer satisfaction is a high priority. Overall good atmosphere
Contract Administrator in Beaverton, OR
on October 25, 2019
Fun, caring management and great team of people to work with. Really felt like a work family. I moved out of the area and was unable to keep working at CARR and I miss it everyday!
Car Sales Consultant in Beaverton, OR
on April 27, 2019
Working here is a great place to experience a sales job. But know what you’re getting yourself into. Any job you deal with the general public, you’re going to meet some customers that are crazy. Especially when it comes to big purchases like buying a car. Official training is sporadic so most of it is on you to figure out how to sell a car. You learn by asking questions and through experience and that’s it. Some people thrive in this kind of job, others not so much. At the very least it looks good on a resume anywhere to have sales experience. Just be sure to be honest and build good habits. For me, I don’t think I’d like to work somewhere again that my paycheck depends entirely on the decisions of others. You may overcome every objection but you’re not the one buying at the end of the day. Dealing with rejection is a must. Making big sales is a rush because making $1000+ in a few hours is super cool. I’d suggest checking out a business that’s NOT family owned because management apathy and favoritism can get a little ridiculous. The moment you stop working here they will forget you exist and joke about not remembering you in the Friday meetings, which sucks because it conveys the message that your time here won’t matter to the ownership. Which if you want to be nihilistic about it, sure, nothing matters, but that doesn’t mean it’s a good way to manage people. It also sucks as a salesman on the floor that I can offer one price but our internet department can effortlessly beat me on price every time so it’s like I have to compete against our own company to pay my bills. Some people thrive and make 80-150K in this business. I’ve seen it, it’s worth a shot to see if you like it. The coworkers are all fun and good people. That’s the only reason I stayed so long was I thoroughly enjoyed the people I worked with.
underling/slave in Beaverton, OR
on April 7, 2019
Disrespectful and insulting, Well paid employees are the overlords of the underpaid employees, Owners are classic oligarch mentality, Too many people standing around telling others what to do, or so busy you can't get it all done, most low paid workers are unhappy
Sales Associate in Vancouver, WA
on January 2, 2019
you can do as good as you want if you work hard. it is like any other car job. Small lot with tons of opportunities. I need one hundred and fifty characters

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