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What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Monro Muffler/Brake?

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Apply at a coffee shop or fast food restaurant, pay is better and you will get more time off.
Don't believe the lies you are fed during hiring process

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Get anything told to you by any member of management or human resources in writing. Way too many broken promises. And be prepared to work close to alone. Skeleton crews in every store. Stores are open 76 hours per week, you will be expected to work most of them. Less your " 30 minute lunch"

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Run...run fast... i worked for this company for 4 years and it came to an end 2 weeks ago... they lie..lie again...and lie more after that, your just a number with that company and it really showed after being promised a raise and 2 months later being told im SOL. I was nothing but loyal.. all your hours and time away from family mean nothing. Budgets are 30% up to (ive seen) 64% over last years number.. you will NEVER hit your back end number its unattainable.. like the commercial says, oh darn, you almost had it! You can get close, they make the money and you get nothing.. RUN like Forrest and dont stop!

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Be confident, be honest, dont expect high pay

Answered - An A Technician, asst manager (Current Employee) - Dedham, MA

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Be prepared to live there. Holidays, Sundays, late nights. No employee's that have skills. They advertise free stuff to customers to bring them in. Techs not paid to do free work unless you sell stuff they don't want. They only advertise tires and oil changes. Customers don't trust Monro. They will probably be bankrupt soon if they don't change.

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Be honest about your skills, when you are available and what you can bring to the table in general.

Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - Chester, NY

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Just show up

Answered - Human Resources (Former Employee) - Rochester, NY

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Read entire employees manual.

Answered - Automotive Repair Technician (Former Employee) - Southington, CT

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Be yourself and allow the transparency of who you are help the company make a good decision for the benefit of the team and make an educated decision for the benefit of of the cliens and the team.

Answered - Regional Sales Manager (Former Employee) - No experince in this industry

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Don't work for them. District Managers lie to you all the time.

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