10+ hours a day, on the flat rate pipe dream doing nothing but oil change/rotates for .2 of an hour at a time. They also conveniently take out 30 minutes a day for lunch, even though most days you are forced to work through your lunch.
10-13 hour days. 5/6 day work week. Saturdays mandatory and Sundays rotating.
Open seven days a week, 12 hrs a day. Will work you to death if in management/front desk. Silightly better for techs, but flat rate.
10+ every day. 5 days one week, 6 days the next week.
Answered - Service Manager (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA
You work 9 and a half hours a day with 30 mins taken out for a lunch break, pay is based on how many jobs you get done on a flat rate plan. The hours you must work include nights and weekends and they are a definite requirement.
Answered - Technician (Former Employee) - Shrewsbury, PA
8-10 hours a day almost always.
Answered - Mechanic (Current Employee) - Hamilton Square, NJ