Automotive Technician (Former Employee) – Waukesha, WI – July 20, 2018
Work day hours fluctuated too much, meaning one day in early and next day in late, too much juggling of days, hard to plan your life around the working days. Also demanded employees to work on holidays.
Good solid company to work for. I had a great experience working there.
District Manager (Former Employee) – Ohio – July 14, 2018
A good company, results driven, compensation is based on results.very hands on management style most if not all top management came up in the business. company is very cost aware, and manages that very closely. My experience with them was very positive and I still stay in touch with previous supervisors and colleagues.
Small enough company, everyone knows everyone from top management to entry level.
Needs some updates, especially in the position area.
Assistant Store Manager/lead technician (Former Employee) – Ohio – July 7, 2018
Stay away from Monro. They lie to their employees and lie to their customers. They expect employees to lie to customers about repairs that are not needed. Their markup on parts is astronomical. If you are a person who enjoys 12 hour days 7 days a week for very little pay this is the job for you.
Manager (Current Employee) – Akron, OH – July 5, 2018
Dependent on the district manager you fall under, this can be a great place to work for. One district manager actually did their job while another delegates all their duties and reaps the rewards. Not a family friendly place to work under current regime - even when there is a death in the family.
General Manager (Current Employee) – Selinsgrove, PA – July 3, 2018
There is way better manager jobs out there I highly suggest looking else where. no sick days!! 1 week vacation. 50,000 salary and they will tell you to earn the rest in bonus. they will openly lie to you in the interview. get everything in writing!!! work life balance is below poor. do not expect 2 days off in a row. dont plan any vacations there is no time off.
Manager (Former Employee) – Cincinatti, OH – June 20, 2018
If anyone actually works for this company after reading the reviews they get what we told them. 2 district and 2 area managers in 8 months including a pill head retread district manager who tried to replace every manager from his crew at Tire Discounters. The locations are old and the local population is damaged from the last 12 managers.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Springfield, VA – June 19, 2018
Every day is a good day at Mr. Tire!! The people in the company all work as a team and enjoy the work they do. You will find a good pay for a good day's work. This is the mot realistic company I have worked for and they pay a good salary/wage.
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Maryland – May 30, 2018
I was promised everything under the sun and received none of which I had been promised. Corporate moves extremely slow. Upper management are snakes. No appreciation towards employees. Corporate and Upper Management just makes you feel like some number to them or a pawn on the chess board.
Monro promises good pay based on commission for work done. However the system is setup so that you cannot earn enough to exceed minimum wage. It is a good job for first time beginners to get experience, if you accept that you will only make minimum wage and have terrible hours, since they're open until 7pm weekdays and open 7 days a week. You can get hands on experience but it is difficult to learn the 'right' way to do things since they run the shop with such inexperienced staff and old equipment and cut corners. But if its your first job out of trade school or you're trying to get into the trade, and you can live on minimum wage you can get a job there easily. They always are hiring because employee turnover is the fastest I have seen or heard of anywhere.
Good for starting job, easy to get hired
Work hours are terrible and vary each week, and pay is minimum wage regardless of what they promise you.
Alignment Specialist (Current Employee) – Merrillville, IN – May 18, 2018
First off pay is a joke unless you a friend of the manager. If you have a family wrong job for you no hours, will send half the employies home an run a super short shift to save labor every day. Very dumb customer always mad because long waits being short
This is my career, so anytime I get the chance to be inside a automotive work place. I'm simply living the life like it's golden. The best thing about Monroe muffler was that it by some good carry out restaurants. Lunch was amazing.
I enjoyed the time I worked for Monro. Had no issues with the management or staffing. Everyone treated me with the same respect they were given. If you needed a hand anyone including management were happy to lend a hand.