Hard dirty work in warehouse driving easier but longer.
Driver/Warehouse (Former Employee) – 646 Hauppauge – April 16, 2018
Worked for 646 Long Island the GM was awesome best boss ive had but you work hard and you work long days I started as the company was making the building operational. The starting pay now lot better from when I started for most part boss are good fair work hard your be fine only bad thing is benefits were terrible but they give you lot of paid time off.
TA TEAM (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – April 8, 2018
This is a hostile work environment. Unless you suck up you'll be subject to abuse. TA team is so poorly run. Very high-school environment. You are subject to beat downs continuously. TA teams has zero professionalism and they get rid of good hard working people to save themselves. Workdays are very long trying to fill positions that no one wants because of the company as a whole and their reputation for turn over. You'll average 55+hours a week. You'll be lied to about how great it is and what a family they are, but that goes away once you start. you'll be treated like trash if you do not do what they want within their unrealistic time frames.
Management is poor and only engaged when it's time to tell you all the things you did wrong or escort people out the door with no valid reason. I f management was revamped you may have a chance. Unless your last name starts with an M you have NO CHANCE to advance within DT. No pay in the world is worth it. Do yourself a favor and keep up your job search.
Delivery Driver and Fork operator (Former Employee) – Davie, FL – April 7, 2018
very nice company and beneficial but with new management and this particular warehouse, personal interferes with professionalism in other words if your looking to keep you job there don't say anything.
Make sure you're on time, don't mess around, do your job and leave. They are very strict on policies and procedures. You will feel pressure, especially if you are new to the company or new to this line of work.
Not too many hours, pay is good
Hard to collaborate with outside management sometimes, very pressuring if not doing something properly to the tee.
IT Business Analyst Intern (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – January 28, 2018
I interned at Dealer Tire for 2 consecutive summers. They just moved into a much bigger building. The new building is great and has a nice little workout facility and track to be active any part of the day. As long as I was productive when I worked they were happy. Very nice and friendly work environment.
you would come have your meeting to set the expectation for the day and what needed to be done, before the end of business. and we got it done we all hung out work place was enjoyable for moving so fast
Tire service advisor (TSA) (Current Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – November 26, 2017
I have been working for dealer tire for 4 months now and I love it. Fellow coworkers and management always helpful. Hours are great and give you a work home balance near perfection. The training that you will receive is the best. You start ready and prepared to run your dealership. Many opportunities for advancement once you prove what you can do. If you are willing to put in the work it will pay off. This company invests a lot on the TSA in order to guarantee success.
Account Manager (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – April 4, 2017
This is a great place to work. DT has a great culture and people who care. Teamwork is encouraged and it seems like they only hire nice people, because all of my co-workers are great to deal with. The one downside to this job is that to move up too far you have to go to Cleveland, as there are few positions in the field that are too high up.
Great Culture, Invests in Employees
In order to move up higher, eventually you have to move to headquarters