RSS (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – July 2, 2019
I liked O'Reilly. Got to hang out and meet with other fellow car lovers. They have some of the most knowledgeable customers which makes the job a lot easier. Management was the reason for me leaving O’Reilly. I asked to be moved to a full time worker, never happened. I asked for a raise, didn’t happen. I then asked for a transfer due to my only vehicle breaking down and leaving 30 minutes away, didn’t happen. Decided to talk to district manager and he told me to talk to my store manager. So yeah, got frustrated and left.
it was an fast paced work environment coworkers were cool I learnd how to use a high picker hardest part of this job is when you finish your shift they don't ask if you want over time they just send you to a new department to go help
Parts Specialist (Former Employee) – Houston, TX 77015 – November 16, 2018
Management ins't the best, don't really care about the employers and aren't interested in helping you create a career. They never followed the scheduled and make you cover their shifts as they wish, they remain clocked in.....
The job at oreilly was fast paced, however any down time you would’ve had would be filled with managers telling you to find a broom. Customers expect you to be a mechanic while also not wanting to pay for a mechanic.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 11, 2018
Work every day, off weekend, morning shift, up to 40 hrs a week good benefits paid holidays overtime availability training for any position available able to transfer to another position after 6 months
Short breaks, lack of commication, unequal treatment
Parts Specialist (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – September 26, 2018
Good place to work if you need a job. But not for building careers. Very good company. Depending on which district you are working in. Pays enough for basic living but not to thrive on. Especially if you work front counter
This is a good job for someone in high school that doesn't have enough hours of the day to study and work. But shouldn't be for adults with more responsibility than a highschooler because they're the ones always arguing about pay whenever its not a career, JUST A JOB!!