Dealer Services Coordinator (Former Employee) – Kent, WA – December 10, 2018
The company provides a great deal of advancement opportunities. They corporation will make you feel like you are a part of a corporate family. They consistently make changes, as most companies do, however, new products and programs that are rolled out are not tested and cause a lot of problems. The company is heading towards the digital future, which means more money for the company and less jobs for employees.
Fun work place, lots of things to do if you had time or work done
Support (Former Employee) – Mission, KS – December 9, 2018
It was really busy environment, a lot of changes all the time, the work load is never the same every day, new programs or adjusted programs daily. Management did a terrible job updating policies until you already were in trouble for a policy that was never shared to the floor. A whole lot of workers would not be compliant with new policies and a few would be chosen to be punished and used as an example to others. I loved working there though, good people, great location, great benefits and one of the best jobs I ever had.
Onboarding, Program Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 29, 2018
Cox was a very fun place to work. It allowed team members to advance their career and really drive the future. From the first day onboarding to their performance review process, Cox allowed team members to know how they were doing, drive where they were going and provided the tools to get there.
Vehicle Title Clerk / Front Office / Customer Care (Former Employee) – Oceanside, CA – November 23, 2018
Manager was not available many times ./ out of town training / out for days needed off ... left other people to train that didn't ...spicily was told to do 110 titles per day WITHOUT INTERRUPTION , when reached she would find something ells ... doing all this while doing training for new system .. was told I was doing great keep it up keep learning / learn new system everything would be better once the new system was in place ... never happen.
Operations Supervisor - My Title Support (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – November 20, 2018
This is a fun place to work and you learn a lot about client management. The managers allow you to run your team and trust you to make smart business decisions that impact you and your team members. The biggest drawback to working at Cox Automotive is the pay. They expect a lot and as a member of the leadership team, you are expected to meet the needs of your team and that's how it should be. You are also expected to work with clients and ensure you are meeting the needs of their customers. It really makes for a very busy day and at times can be overwhelming.
The management team works hard to show its employees they care.
Sales Analytics and Insights Intern (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – November 19, 2018
The work environment is amazing. Everyone came from very different background but are very open-minded. That creates conditions easy to communicate through problems when they comes up. The company also provides benefits like flexible working time and many activities such as gym courses, networking and volunteering events. I enjoy the time working there.
Not a lot of benefits for Contractors- Great benefits for full time employee's.
Client Solutions Executive Inside Sales (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 14, 2018
As a contractor you do not have access to a lot of the campus benefits. Contractors are treated like outsiders. Full time employee's get great benefits, this encourages contractors to become full time. You have to work hard, create your own brand, be punctual and be seen then you may have a chance to be hired on permanent.
Contractors Have access to dinning hall
But no access to anything else; Gym, Volunteer opportunities, work from home days
Great company struggling through intergration of products and cultures
Senior Solutions Expert (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 14, 2018
By acquiring companies surrounding automotive retail, Cox seeks to be an indispensable tool in a radically efficient dealership environment. What has proven challenging is integrating all the products, the cultures and the go-to-market strategies of formerly independent companies. I'm not sure they havent given up on that outcome and decided to invest in future-looking pursuits like mobility.
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 13, 2018
The leadership within Cox Automotive Operations is severely lacking. The leadership helps nurture the culture and they are the ones standing behind the people on the floor talking bad about them to each other. This is a terrible place to work. Run as far away as you can....
Everything about upper leadership in the operations division
Sr. Business Development Engineer (Current Employee) – Burlington, VT – November 7, 2018
• Drive service led solutions sales by leveraging various Cox Automotive business units • Grown Monthly Recurring Revenue in sales territory by over $40,000 since acquisition • Identify business needs in clients’ digital strategies and provide effective digital solution to drive revenue • Coordinate assets across Dealer.com, Autotrader and Kelley Blue Book to identify and close business opportunities • Manage DDC driven sales for MI region • Oversee five in market Sales Professionals to maintain territory lift • Monthly campaign sales orientation • Training new DMC hires • Large client demonstrations on all Media products • Budget and strategy proposals • Salesforce/Big Machine contract building • Google Ad Words Certified
It is a productive place where the work is repetitive. THIS IS NOT A JOB FOR A FAMILY MAN.
Inspector (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – November 1, 2018
Again not a family man's kind of job unless your family is ok with you living at work. These guys will tell you it's a monday-friday job with some weekends from 7-5 but in reality it is a Sunday to Sunday from 7am til whenever the dept. Manager says to go. Most times we stay til about 10:30 pm. And then we're expected to show at 7 am the next day. Not even construction workers get this kind of treatment. At least they get days off which you don't here. PTO is your day off and i only get 2 per month! I don't mind hard work but when they have you living at work is when it becomes a problem. Pay isn't competitive and if you want to promote you have to keep reminding management until they say to go to HR and then HR will forget about you too even though you did your part and took necessary steps to gain promotion. Again management is terrible. Our department (inspections) doesn't get recognized for anything and you will be unappreciated at this job til it begins to weigh you down and affect your work. Not to mention they want both quantity and quality. Asking for the impossible when you only have 30 some guys pushing 3000+ units a week. Honestly this place has you breaking your back for little reward so try to avoid it. I been working here for 2 years and even the guys working 10+ years have said nothings changed. So save yourself the trouble.
Friendly employees, work outside
Long irregular hours(almost seems illegal) /Terrible management/ No work/life balance whatsoever
Great place to work. Lots of opportunities for advancement.
Data Analyst (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 30, 2018
I've been with Cox since 2013 and I love it. I started as a contractor and was promoted to full-time 2 years later. I've learned so much and gained LOTS of experience. Management is very accommodating, I went back to school for an MBA early this year and was able to adjust my schedule for class. In addition to adjusting my schedule for class Cox offers tuition reimbursement, a tremendous benefit! I'd recommend Cox Automotive to anyone, the only drawback is their strict requirement for a background in the automotive industry. I anyone meets that criteria they should definitely consider Cox Automotive as an employer, he/she will not regret their decision.