Technician (Former Employee) – Leominster, MA – April 8, 2018
Never seen a more racists disgusting, lazy, unorganized company in my life! Worst experience ever with these people! Hours were terrible, treated like we didn’t matter and not given the chance cuz of skin color.
Minimum wage to work on vehicles ? Minimum wage to be a Service advisor?
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Alhambra, CA – February 8, 2018
Jiffy Lube should learn to value its employees. How could you possibly pay the employees minimum wage to work on these expensive vehicles? Why would you? Imagine bringing your vehicle in for an oil change, just to find out these people get paid minimum wage. Why would the employee give a care about your Car? I saw some very shady stuff from employees who didn't care. Examples: not performing services the company was paid for...not installing filters..all because they get paid low....Sad.
I loved my coworkers, and the job. However, corporate management was absolutely dreadful. They were only about the money. They don't care about employees at all. They have no disregard for anyone but themselves.
Its a fair place to work for an entry level auto technician attempting to learn more about the industry
Jiffy Lube (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – February 1, 2018
Some days are slow and some are fast, its very difficult to predict the work pace for the day. It may be a corporate company, but the management is very laid back and lazy when there are no cars to service.
A nobody (Current Employee) – Irving, TX – January 9, 2018
until it's gone and even after, they sometimes don't. do not appreciate what they have and are always looking for better, only to hire someone for more money that is not as valuable as what they already have in place
Offered a position as an assistant manager only to be told after being hired I would be at 11 an hour...well below the industry standard. Was scheduled 45 hours a week. Only due to "labor hours" that number was reduced to 15 or 27 a week. Don't bother working for this place.
Store Manager / District Trainer (Former Employee) – Pierce, CO – October 28, 2017
Great place to start a career in mechanical or retail sales. This company will teach you the basics of preventive maintenance, as well as hands on mechanics. Although their instructional course are heavily biased towards sales, and are often not accurate from a strictly mechanical standpoint.
flexible scheduling, easy work, OTJ training
Filthy work environment, hazardous chemicals, over priced services
Lube technician (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – October 25, 2017
I loved it when I first started working there but after two managers I started not to like it My last manager was very unprofessional And does not know how to run the store Jiffy Lube the company is a very cheap company And do not take care of their employees at all The district manager does not help either they are all untrained Trying to run a business some of them have no experience in the automotive field at all
Professional Terrible management Horrible customer service
Company is pretty shifty when it comes to certain things. They don't really want to compensate their employees for one reason or another. New hires can expect very low pay compared to industry standards. Management comes and goes. Raises take months to get. If you're looking for something entry level to gain experience it's a good place to start.
Advanced computer based training, can gain experience, can take breaks freely, benefits and direct deposit offered
Very low pay, management, company wants you to sell without appearing like you're selling
General Store Manager (Former Employee) – Lawrence, KS – May 8, 2017
poor treatment of lower level employees; for a customer oriented business, they are too focused on making as much money by any means necessary, even at the expense of having a first time customer never return or losing a long term repeat customer
Enjoyed my boss, every considerate person, company did not have any growth potential no department interacted with another department so you never new what was happening in the company and how the company was financially doing.