Shipping and Receiving (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – January 5, 2018
Working for General Parts is amazing. The company offers paid vacation, 401K, Healthcare, Vision, Dental, and Life Insurance.
Getting to know your coworkers who you will enjoy being around was a real treat. You are able to make bonds with those who live really far away in the company, and those who live very close. Those people that you meet and get to know, and the ones who you even don't get to know are very supportive and helpful withing the company. There is room to grow in the company, and the opportunity to become something is there. The people definitely make the company an amazing place to work, but that's where the good ends.
The management is very vindictive and indecisive. Often throwing others under the bus for their own mistakes and misguided information. Management and delegation will never be in the same sentence, and the coworkers that you grow to enjoy being around are those who will let you know when things are said about you that are either lies or dissatisfaction of your job duties that management believe aren't being performed. Unfortunately, these are things you will never hear directly from management themselves, they will just let everyone else know within the work place. Highly inappropriate things are often said without any repercussions and the whole place is built on an immoral standing while breaking ethics boundries.
When you're told by a coworker that management agrees that they underpay you and now they can't do anything about it makes you wonder what's truly going on, and while numbers makes a company look good, havingmore... happy and prosperous employees makes you look even better. I believe if this company(maybe not all branches) wish to succeed, they need to put the numbers to the side at some point and give an ear to how the employee feels, because it seems these complaints or feelings are left on deaf ears even by those in a corporate setting.
I would highly recommend this job if management was changed. If it hasn't: STAY AWAY or find out why, but don't NEED the job if that's the case.less