Job security with nice lobby
Parts Driver (Former Employee) – Auburn, MA – March 12, 2015
A typical day at work would be a typical 9-5 job with on the go breaks. The job was very repetitive which made leaving the place a little difficult because comfortability is a hard thing to give up.
I learned a lot about cars and customer service. I learned how to do simplistic tasks like changing oil and bulbs and what basic things are like spark plugs, filters, and fabrics.
My direct manager was amazing at what he did and was the best manager I have ever had in my entire life. He ran things efficiently and always had a big heart.
My co workers were, co workers. They were all work and, I didn't really interact with them much. I was a driver and was usually in and out all day.
The hardest part of the job was the unrealistic expectancies. I would drive about 400 miles a day making deliveries and was expected to do more than that within 8 hours which is why breaks were always on the go.
The most enjoyable part of the job would have to be the people I got to meet and the connections I got to make with a variety of different people within the central massachusetts area.
The occasional free car repairs from the technicians. Vacation time, benefits.
No breaks, high stress, lots of alone time