General Service Technician (Former Employee) – Deer Park, TX – July 28, 2018
Typical day was long. Most shops are outside, and in Texas that means its HOT. when i worked there, they worked on commission with a $6.00 per hour compensation for lube techs and more for service techs depending on certification level. The more jobs you did, or the faster you did them earned you more money (job value was based on book time, I.E. the amount of time on average it should take to perform a certain service)
Mechanic (Current Employee) – Geneva, IL – July 15, 2018
This company would rather hire from outside the company than promote from within. They never get equipment fixed so we can do our jobs properly. They put off hiring new associates because they would have to pay another employee.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Maryland – June 17, 2018
No life balance here they make you work long shifts 11 to 12 hours per day. If you dont hit credit applications they make you drive to a store further away as punishment on sunday mornings. They upper managment just dont care.
Automotive technician (Former Employee) – North Charleston, SC – June 10, 2018
At national tide and battery be prepared to be overworked, sometimes without lunch breaks. They want you to rush around to try to get productivity. If you're a gs mechanic you're expected to rush around from car to car.
Area Manager (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 5, 2018
They hire anyone that can pass drug test and background check. Unreal amount of turnover at all levels. Get your 3-6 months experience and then go to a real automotive company if it’s the industry you want to be in.
Service Manager Supervisor (Former Employee) – Alabaster, AL – April 14, 2018
decent pay, long hours, extremely competitive, upper management questionable intelligence, work environment satisfactory, condition of equipment is average, entirely too much time spent waiting on parts and tires, often not enough employees to cover work load making customer wait times too long.
General Service Technician (Former Employee) – Watertown, WI – April 5, 2018
Got to work on allot of different cars, there were always new things to learn. If you didn't know something there was always someone that would be able to help you out. Plenty of training and school opertunitys.
Ntb was the best job that i have had so far in my career
Service Writer - Service Manager - Store Manager (Former Employee) – Independence, MO – February 6, 2018
Again i would of never left NTB i was planning on retiring from there but they pulled out of the Kansas City market. It was a awesome place for growth that i proved through a short time and was upset that i was no longer employed with them
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) – Bellbrook, OH – December 5, 2017
The products that were offered to customers were great. I did not agree with upper management. They were very focused on themselves and the numbers they needed to produce. Recognition is non existent. The only managers I liked did not get what they deserved in my opinion. I was also talked to about promotions multiple times and it never happened. I found better work elsewhere.
No room for advancement and management at my particular location was indicted for embezzlement. Manager walked out one day tossing keys on the front counter leaving me alone in the store until I was able to contact district office
Customer Service Adviser (Current Employee) – MA – November 9, 2017
This company once used to be good with their employees but sadly they have lost caring about the crew. They used to promote from within and now they just hire anyone off the street and dont do formal training anymore. They dont truly care about the costumers or doing right by them either,