Dealer Relationship Manager (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 11, 2018
Was a great job, lots of personal growth, learned new things, ran my own territory, worked remotely. Did have great annual meeting for all of us to share our ideas and learn from each other. Hardest part of job was the day to day challenges of working in the auto industry, but the company made the difference, it was a captive lender and that was important. Management left a little to be desired however.
a typical day at work was coming in doing my job and keeping up my stats. The company requested mandatory Overtime, however the team I worked for were more of and older crowd with grown children. So the Overtime requested sometimes was for them and not concerning younger employees with children. It was hard to get them to work with the schedule. The company taught me news things with different systems. I must say in all respect that the only way you could really be promoted is to be in good with managers. I seen people with this company for 3+ years and never promoted for positions that they were OVER qualified for. Then there were others that were good friends with the manager and would get these positions and weren't there over one year. It was a great company, but I felt that I couldn't progress to my full potential.
Free coffee and the building wasn't over crowded
the mandatory OT became my life and I was at work Mon-Sat
FUNDING SPECIALIST (Current Employee) – Chandler, AZ – July 2, 2018
Overall positive environment. Focused on productivity and quality. Management is alright, they definitely try and portray that the culture is amazing. Honestly it feels very cliquey and if you would rather have lunch alone they treat you like you have three heads
Bankruptcy Specialist (Current Employee) – Ar – June 21, 2018
St first when I started I thought this was the best move for me... until my 1st day there. I found out I would have a late day that I wasn’t notified about before accepting the position. Where I’m at it’s like you’re in high school all over again. There’s clicks and the department is VERY loud even with people taking calls on the floor. The team leads are not professional and if they don’t like you they target you to getting fired or just making your work day so miserable.
It’s close to home
The pay and benefits sucks. And upper management talks about others on the floor.
GM has a lot of potential to be a good company to work for. My biggest complaint is the compensation the starting pay offered back in 2016 was $15.00 per is not a lot of money and the bonus incentives were horrible as well.
employee, family and friends program to purchase a new GM car
Bilingual Customer Service (Current Employee) – Arlington, TX – June 7, 2018
Gm is a good company to work for the only thing is the benefits are not good you don’t have copays you pay a so called discount price for dr visit but it’s really the full price. You accrue vacay as well as sick time. I feel my role is underpaid. They aren’t organized and systems never work they always freeze. They are very lenient on letting you shift swap with your team members as well as make up time. Very convenient if you leave around the area.
Admins work very hard here and are appreciated. The company should make them salary and give them more resources such as vehicles. They use their personal cars and credit cards whenever they need to do anything. Not paid enough for the amount of work they do for the building. Love the employees in the IT department.
Fired from this company because of a personal issue that could not be avoided. Management was aware of the situation and how it limited my ability to travel, they were also provided regular updates as to the status of the personal situation. I did my part as the employee and was thrown away like a bad habit.
N/A (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – May 16, 2018
HR leadership is unethical and biased. Mid level management is unqualified and has poor leadership abilities. Managers have faked their skill level and are threatened when qualified people join their team and expose their inadequacies. Inappropriate comments and language by HR leaders is common and accepted. The culture here is demeaning if you intend to actually do your job effectively. Mediocre at best is preferred here so that managers low skill level is not exposed. The culture here is not intended to progress your career or accomplish real success, it's just an illusion and only certain people are chosen to excel and not based on merit or performance, but rather on personal friendly relationships. People only stay because the pay is good and usually run fast after big bonuses are paid. Do not work here if you have integrity and take pride in your work. High turnover company-wide, ask about it during your interview (wish I did).
GM Financial was the best place Ive ever worked. Management listened and partnered with employees to institute changes as needed in a swift and timely manner. Work /Life balance was great. GM Financial valued their employees and showed that to us often! I would highly reccommend GK Financial to any & everyone. The opportunity for advancement is plentiful.
Food, crafts, meetings, open door, etc-- Great place to work!
Enjoyed my time at Americredit. Company was laid back and provided incentives/bonuses. Team managers were nice and not too strict. Would have liked to continue working but unfortunately had to relocate.
Paid community service, company outings and incentives
Senior Business Analyst (Former Employee) – New Jersey – May 7, 2018
Administration expects a ton from their representatives, however by and large reasonable treatment consequently. Almost no enthusiasm for sustaining ability from inside while wanting to poach from contenders. Little in the method for professional stability and little adaptability as far as occupation area. It's their way or the expressway, however you're given a solid opportunity to succeed.
Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) – Huntersville, NC – May 5, 2018
I felt everyone is trying to make a name for themselves on top of other people’s backs. No one was truly their to help others just themselves. A lot of micromanaging instead of putting faith into the employees to let them do their jobs.