Internet Sales, Cashier, Receptionist (Current Employee) – Milwaukee – February 6, 2014
A typical day at work.... Come in, turn on the phones, open the safe, balance drawers from previous day(s), print reports, distribute mail, pre-stock new cars, stock traded and purchased cars, journal invoices, post invoices to different accounting ledgers, answer phones and direct calls, filing, cutting checks, writeing off money to correct accounts, purging old files, ordering office and customer lounge supplies, keeping a neat office, and etc.
Management is always changeing - It's like a rotating door. For the co-workers who are here long enough to get to know, it's like a family away from home. However, everyone is always ready to throw you under the bus if their job is on the line. Isn't that everywhere though?
Sales (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – December 15, 2013
.no scheduled breaks or lunches .no show of appreciation from management .some sales people think they are better than you and don't show you any respect or say thank you others however, are very good at saying thank you when they ask you to do something .some sales people are very very bossy!!! .office girls are good for the most part, one is very inconsiderate even if you have a disability and she will NOT help you if the accommodation is reasonable!