Certified Parts Professional (Current Employee) – Del City, OK – July 18, 2019
Oreilly auto parts is a pretty decent company, but it really depends on the location. In my location the pay isn't all that, but the team is why I don't have too many problems with it. My manager is an exemplary example of what a manager should be.
Fun interactions with both coworkers and customers.
Parts Specialist (Former Employee) – Gentry, AR – July 15, 2019
A typical work day is very fast pace i had to learn a lot about cars and trucks and what kind of parts went where and my boss was really good about letting us off if we had something come up and work the hours we missed but the culture of working there was pretty intense only because I was a woman working in a mans job and the most enjoyable part was just learning so much about putting a car together and learning about all the parts.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Stilwell, OK – July 11, 2019
oriellys is a good company to work for I would recommend anyone to work there I learned a lot an it gave me confidence on my people skills. got to meet good people and amazing shop owners had great work atmosphere
Front Counter Sales/ RSS/ ISS (Former Employee) – Katy, TX – June 27, 2019
O'Reilly Auto Parts is a good place to work the environment changes constantly due to the amount of people that come in to the store. you get to meet people all the time and the workplace is always busy.
Warehouse/Hub Driver (Former Employee) – Rockford, IL – June 20, 2019
It was a very exhilarating experience I actually love working at O'Reilly's I never really had a job that I loved as much as I loved O'Reilly's the staff the employees are very helpful and friendly. My only problem was the pay rate was not livable it was under $9 an hour
great team to work with, an overall great environment to work in. basic commutation skills great customers. easy tasks such as welcoming customers, picking up phone calls, placing orders, and help checking people out.
Fun place to work most of the time. I enjoyed the people and liked their "banter". Sometime personalities were in the way of improvement but usually new ideas could be implemented if in accordance with company policy.