Automotive Technician (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – October 13, 2017
You get paid by the job so if you are fast and efficient than you can make a little bit of money here. They will send you to a SEARS class to teach you how to use the tire machine and the different lifts.
Sign offs on vehicles can be manipulated by anybody you work with.
National Dailer Production and Workforce Manager (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – January 16, 2018
I would not recommend working for a company that is continually downsizing. I was a salaried manager and was expected to work 60+ hours a week at different time schedules daily. No way to have any work-life balance.
Store Supervisor (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 15, 2018
Positives: Flexible hours and reasonable compensation for entry level positions. Management is friendly and accommodating. Negatives: Opportunities for advancement are hard to come by and pay increases are virtually non-existent.
Softlines Lead (Former Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – January 15, 2018
If management liked you, you had a chance to work your way up. Managers were not professional. Cussed all the time, talked behind everyone's back. If you didn't get customers to sign up for their rewards or credit cards, you were humiliated.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Danville, VA – January 14, 2018
The job was decent , but it wasn't friendly oriented . I enjoyed being there because it was in the mall so I enjoyed going into the mall on my breaks. The job was a fast paced environment I gave my all selling credit apps and I was the top selling credit card seller you just didn't get rewarded for it .
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Valley Stream, NY – January 13, 2018
This position required great attention to detail. As a cashier discounts percentages were taken off at the register and math skills were common-place. Maintaining a cheerful disposition to the public was necessary to develop returning clientele.