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As of 4-26-2018. You dont get PTO until after 1 year of employment. At that time you get 5 days to split between sick and vacation. What a joke

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Ok. I have no issue with talking about my store for promotion of business.

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At first, Hopeful. But that changed over time.

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There is no future , just empty promises , and no advancements opportunities. Don't even waste your time.

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For techs. Accept the fact that the interviewer is a salesman. He or she is selling you something that they will make a profit on. A job. Their goal is to make the highest profit that they can off of you. The less they pay you. The higher their profit is. And they are good at selling. You will be offered "commission" in exchange for a higher hourly rate that reflects industry standards. But beware. That "commission" is dependent, not on you. But on the ability of the "manager", who performs the duties of a traditional service writer, to sell the service that you recommend. At full price. But the "managers" have more incentive to sell product than service. And if that means offering the customer a partial, or even full discount, of the cost your labor. They will do it. Just to sell the product. If you are still interested. The best advice would be to get as high an hourly rate as you can at the interview. Because once you are hired, salary reviews, and requests for them, will be ignored. And raises will be denied, by phone, without explanation, through the store manager who has no power to conduct reviews or grant raises, or advance positions, even when warranted.

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Stop thinking about your wallet and hire employees that know how to run a business and fix cars.

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10 days good vacation policies

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Medical, dental, vision, health

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Looking to move forward in life and being able to afford future goals. At my age (29) I am not able to progress with how much I am getting paid from this company.

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