GM Automotive Technician (Current Employee) – Chandler, AZ – May 9, 2018
Typical dealership environment. Solid work distribution. I learned a lot about GM service and programming procedures. Workplace culture seemed solid. Too many slow periods due to minimal customer base. Management only cared about numbers.
Observer/infromation gatherer (Current Employee) – chandler, az – July 24, 2018
I would recommend a different place to work. Unless you like to be ridiculed, make fun of, disparage or be insulted. The gm will make comments about "dropping people". His version of saying He'd like to punch staff or customers out. His management style is from the 1990's. Everyone fears his one-on-one meetings due to his rants on your character, ability and dedication. His retention has to be the worst of any dealership. ZERO LOYATY to his staff.
Database cleanup (Current Employee) – Chandler, AZ – January 29, 2018
I am a temporary hire at freeway Chevrolet and I am still currently there helping clean up data and files.I love it there and wish it was permanent. Management there is great and everyone is very lovely to be around. I learned so much at this job and continue to learn new things everyday about the environment and how titles and files are filed and completed for the company and customer.
Sales Consultant Manager (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – September 5, 2017
Super long hours, unprofessional, sketchy pay plan, managers wanted me to lie to my customers, throw you under the bus to make a buck type place to work. They don't care about you or you making money, they just want to get out units.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – August 3, 2017
everyone there just sucked that's the easiest way to put it. GM is a terrible person, all he cared about was himself, never took the time to see how people were doing and to see if anyone needed any help
A good way to learn about the workings of a dealership.
Driver/Operator (Current Employee) – Chandler, AZ – January 28, 2017
As a Driver for Freeway Chevrolet, the day's start at 7 in the morning ready to move all assortments of vehicles, from '67 Pontiac's to large busses that are another company's shuttle vehicles. Your ability to maneuver these vehicles around the lot is crucial as any incident will cost you $1000, which is considerable considering your pay is only $10/hour. Although the work can be easy at times, it can get hectic in the blink of an eye and you must know how to prioritize your duties. Although most employees know how to communicate well with each other, some allow their personal desires get in the way of their professionalism. The hardest part of the job will be tackling the unknown and learning how to problem solve without much aid from others. The most enjoyable part of this job is being able to interact with all the clientele and ensure that they have an enjoyable experience.
COURTESY DRIVER/CUSTOMER SERVICE (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – December 4, 2016
I was whats known as a lot men, i was to park cars until they were ready to be worked on and when someone was coming to pick up there car i had it clean and ready for them when they got there. Other then that it was odd jobs and cleaning that i would take care of.
Recon Technician (Current Employee) – chandler, az – October 1, 2014
my typical day of is getting the vehicle checked out making sure no mil warning lights are on and if there is diag.the problem once the problem find out the estimated costs to fix check all safety fixtures ie seat belts,lights, air bags brakes, do the walk around looking for body imperfections and put an estiment together in what the total cost would be for the selling the vehicle. I have a good management team they listen to my opinions about the vehicle. my co-workers are great because we are a team we help each other when it comes to diagnostics or just helping each other in general.I can't really say the hardest part of of this job cause I have been in used car reconditioning for over 30 years the enjoyable part is when you a good product out on the lot for customer's to choose and purchase from.
Service Cashier (Current Employee) – Chandler, AZ – May 25, 2014
The people that work there just make the day past by quickly. There was filing to do everyday from all of the paperwork from the day before. Management always listened to the staff about any problems and figure out a problem to make the job better.