What is it like to work at Monro Muffler/Brake?

2.3Work/Life Balance
2.4Compensation/Benefits
2.4Job Security/Advancement
2.5Management
2.5Culture
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Not a friendly productive enviorment
Written by Automotive Technician (Current Employee) from Hampton, VA on September 15, 2018
A typical day at Monro consist of oil changes, tire rotations, and tire replacements. I learned that the pay rate is biweekly base off of incentive or commission work performed. Commission work is then spread heavily to the manager's most valued technician. The hardest part of working for Monro is the unequal employee opportunity. Long shifts short - more... breaks and no pay raise in the 5 years I worked for this company. - less
Pros10% employee discount on serivce
Cons11 hour daily work schedule 30 minute break, 6 days a week, no holiday vacation.
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