Hub Dispatcher (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – March 22, 2019
It depends on which store you go to. The hub makes the most money, and so there are better opportunities there. Management is alright, but depending on which department you go to, it can get a bit hectic and a little too fast passed.
discounts, benefits, buy-in benfits
unless retail, breaks are short. depends on which department you are in.
Parts Specialist (Former Employee) – Purcell, OK – March 22, 2019
Understandably, you cannot pay unexperienced employees top dollar. Although, someone with experience can make decent wages, if they do not see you fit for those wages, they offer bottom dollar. You have to suck up to move anywhere in that company, otherwise hope you're content where you're at.
RETAIL SERVICE SPECIALIST (MANAGEMENT) (Former Employee) – West Palm Beach, FL – March 21, 2019
Poor management . They want you to do more than what they are paying you for. Refuse to understand that I have a child (only person there with a child) working way to much and not having any time with my child. Refused to work with my schedule
Parts Specialist (Current Employee) – Reno, NV – March 20, 2019
Typical day at work included ordering parts, installing headlights, and the occasional battery. I took out the garbage daily, front and faced oil and batteries, spray paint, headlights, and other products that we sell.
Parts Specialist, CSR (Former Employee) – Clemmons, NC – March 20, 2019
We had groups of customers and shops that we dealt with. They gave us the best experiences at work because they were business people, but still knew how to come in and make you laugh. I enjoyed my time at their.
The first lie was home everyday on the application. I was in dirty hotels, Bad smells in rooms, lots of roaches, drug dealers around, bums, It really felt like they were trying to put me in the worst places they could find. Management would get on to me for others mistakes and I was suppose to fix them. I was treated like I was a bad driver, but I did not make many mistakes like most of there drivers did. I also was one of the few drivers that actually did what I was asked to do everyday. They lost a great driver and a great person. Was treated very poorly by management, that did not respect any of the new drivers, even though in many cases the new driver was doing a way better job than the older ones.There were times They would test new ideas for WAY TO LONG in the warehouse making drivers sit for 4 hours or more waiting for loads. I am no rocket scientest but I could tell it would not work from day one. Any time you touch something 3 times vs 2 lol its going to take more time.
Company itself is a good compant with ok pay. Nothing else good to say
A company that needs training in how to handle bad management
Driver and Customer Service (Former Employee) – Madison, WI – March 19, 2019
I want to say that things were fun and great. And while I worked there I met many good people and great managers. I think the managers need to have clearer goals, and need updated stores to help customer needs.
The pay isn't all there, work around 9-11 hours a day. If your willing to put in the work, you can move up in the company. If you are not willing to put in the effort and long hours to insure that the store is running well you wont make it far.
Discounts, good work environment, good management and co workers.
Long hours, pay could be better for the effort put in.