The hours are insane, the pay is not enough for the stress level, the workload is terrible, there is absolutely no freedom, and there is an extreme amount of harassment.
I got interviewed at an office location, and the interview went pretty much as expected. The Regional Manager looked over my resume and asked me about several parts of it, short and long-term goals, etc. Afterward, I was offered the job and went through a couple of months of training at the store.
It took me about a year, but there’s some people who have taken much longer. As unbearably slow as people get promoted, I would strongly encourage you to seek employment elsewhere.
When I was a college student in my early 20’s I had no shame at all in saying I worked there. By 30 though I had to really reassess what I was doing with my life. It’s a great company in its own industry, but at the end of the day it’s still a tire shop. Discount has a way of really sugar coating what they are to their employees, but no I would not be proud to say I work there as a grown adult.
I have been told you are not allowed to work two jobs while employed at discount tire while being part time. Is this true?
I’m Long time employee and that’s completely false they will work around your schedule but you need to be very upfront though about what you’re able to work not just put a lot of hours down just to get the job