This is an amazing company to work for. They are amazing with their employees and are great at recognizing those who are hard working. I would recommend this company to anyone. There are so many opportunities.
Stocker (Former Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – November 18, 2018
This was a very pleasant place to work with nice coworker. The staff was easy going. But the job was quick paced you had to pay close attention. some products here were heavier than others but the more u worked it got easier. This job was a little dangerous but only when they had you putting supplies very high on a ladder with very little protection. But other than that this job was very productive and kept me busy.
Transporter/ Stockman (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – November 17, 2018
Parts Authority is always moving. Day goes quickly but it was part time and not consistent days. For the solidified workers they seemed content, I and the part time teenagers at the time were the stock workers and loaders. So its hard to rate them. But they are a strong business.
Driver (Former Employee) – Hyattsville, MD – November 9, 2018
Parts Authority wants you to work overtime during the week but if are scheduled to get off at 6pm and you come off the road at 6pm they espect you to go out at 6:01 do do another run which may take 30min to deliver but not pay you for it.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – November 6, 2018
Work days are pretty bland with the beginning of the week having the largest workload and slowly dwindling to pretty much a free day by the end of the week. This however doesn't mean you can just sit at your desk and pretend to work. You must ask management for more work but if there isn't they may make you go out and look for work on the slowest day of the week. Then if that doesn't work out your forced to look at old memos and notes that are more than likely outdated. The people that work there are great, the culture that they have there is great, but that's about it. If your looking for a job with growth through a nurturing environment I would steer clear from here as it just doesn't feel like management really knows what they're doing except keeping you complacent and unknowledgeable about how to do the actual work.
Culture, Free Food, Car Part Discount
Short Breaks, Minimal Pay for Intense Work, Uptight Management
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Norcross, GA – October 18, 2018
Don’t waste your time with this place keep looking there are far better places and companies to work for, they don’t care about you, you have no work life balance. They think just because you get a lot of OT they looking out for you. Family time is nonexistent
Parts Professional, Customer Service (Current Employee) – Riverside, CA – September 16, 2018
Management is great, works with your hours or days off. Co-workers are great. Decent hours with no overtime flexibility. In my opinion, i feel that the amount of work and stress that the company has on a daily basis, employees are somewhat underpaid. But, it's corporate, always by the "numbers". Useless people in corporate offices.
Supervisor/Manager (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – September 4, 2018
Management is very unprofessional. Nothing is planned out. All department operations are done on the fly so to speak. Blame is passed along. Company continues to expand over 100 locations but pays their employees minimum wage. Positions are based on discrimination. Only certain kinds of people get higher position or pay. Constantly moves people from one area to the next with no training and expect the employee to work efficiently.
Shipping and Receiving Clerk (Former Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – August 28, 2018
Fast paced shipping and receiving one manager shouldn't be there in that position otherwise very friendly staff. And employees. Exercise before starting shift good break times and lunch time very clean
Driver/Delivery (Current Employee) – Chino, CA – August 26, 2018
good job for a college student needing some extra cash and discounts on car parts, also if you like driving and meeting with customers. You will have to put stock up when there is no runs but time flies bye when your working with good people.
Breakdown pallets and count the inventory. Stock them, pull orders, do daily cycle counts.
This job is perfect for anybody with little to no experience or for anybody who enjoys labor and likes the warehouse industry. everyday you learn about yourself and coworkers, you learn how to work smarter and not harder.