Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) – Gaithersburg, MD – August 7, 2015
Work started at 8:00 am and calls came in sometimes we would have walk-ins. Pulled orders and got them ready for the drivers. Then we would keep answering phones and pulling orders. Wednesday we got our stock order and put that away while still answering the phone and pulling orders. Sometimes we would mix paint.
Good atmosphere, awesome co workers and managers
Room for advancement is tight and pay is a little low.
CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESINITIVE (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – June 13, 2018
I got to work at 8:15 am and clocked in at 8:30. The day was filled with customer service such as helping mix automotive paint, fitting the right product to the right job the customer need done, quoting prices for product and every Tuesday and Thursday getting an inventory shipment that needed to be checked in and stocked while assisting customers at the counter and over the phone. I learned a vast amount about the products we sold. such as the SMART brand and Metalux paint as well as the DuPont product Chromebase paint. The work place culture was steady and laid back with little to no drama and a great customer base with many regulars. My favorite part of the position was actually getting to mix the automotive and industrial paint.
we got a lunch break at the same time every day.
back log of cycle countsthat always made sure we had something to do when we where slow.
Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – California – May 30, 2018
Management would talk bad about employees to their vendors, very unprofessional. Never work for this company if you live in a non-compete State. Your pay may change knowing you can't leave and get a job in the same industry. Management made promises to help but never came through.
Account Manager (Current Employee) – Florida – May 17, 2018
Take orders Resolve product and tech issues Match colors A lot of driving. Worst part: dealing with ungrateful customers and managers, paid once a month and terrible traffic. Learned a lot about the management side of paint and body.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Oxnard, Ca – May 17, 2018
Although the Administrative Assistant position was given to me, I was still doing accounting coursework by providing them all the reports they needed in the transition of records when they acquired D'Angelo Business Group, Inc.
My contract was extended for almost a year
I haven't experienced any negative since I only worked as temporary employee
Branch Manager (Former Employee) – Pennsylvania – May 15, 2018
Used to be a great place to work... new ops manager and sales manager whose work ethic is intimidation and bullying. The customers and employees are great however daily work environment is stressful. When you give your opinion and they don't like you can guarantee that they have started to replace you. Descriminates against females in Philly region. What was a great job... is no more. Morale at an all time low. Sad sad sad!
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – North Carolina – February 25, 2018
This company just depends on location. Some locations are slow paced and have different management styles. In my new area it is a more faster paced location with a more energetic management style. I enjoyed working at this company and it offers great hours, pay and benefits. I highly recommend it. I would love to go back but I am no longer physically able to handle the really heavy lifting and truck breakdown.
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Carol Stream, IL – January 3, 2018
It is alright as jobs go , very fast paced environment , Management and co-workers can be temperamental at times and one should watch what they say and who they say it too. Not a bad place , frequent turnover in drivers .
This is a great company to work for if you like being lied to. Everything up front makes the company look amazing and the best place ever 6 months later you catch on to all the lies. They don't pay fairly they don't evaluate anyone for raises. I'm still waiting on one from a year n a half ago. No bonuses. They don't really care about little guy that does all the work all they care about is how much money they can make while they're at the golf course or out bowling ( they post pics of that on Facebook)
No raises no bonuses expect you to work your butt off