Service Center Associate in McKinney, TX
I did enjoy working here for the first year, but as time went on I began to notice that they started taking advantage of my kindness and ability to do a good job. Moving to a new position is very difficult and there is almost no coverage so you are forced to work long shifts to cover for others even if it's last minute that they ask you to do so. The stress is not worth it but they keep you here with the pay and benefits.
Accounting Assistand in Odessa, TX
Decent work, managers can be overbearing
Working here wasn't the worst job I've had. The managers are the biggest issue as there seems to be "cliques". Some of the managers are unhelpful and overload you with tasks, then get angry with you when you ask for guidance. I got holidays and most weekends off, which was nice. The salary is on the low end for the amount of work you're expected to do, with no real raises.
Wash attendant in Dallas, TX
Company running on the dying glue fumes of times gone by
The wash attendants are basically expendable and treated as second rate workers. Most people seem to work one year and then leave once they have cashed out or used up their vacation. The others positions are probably half decent.
Wash Attendant in Fort Worth, TX
Lack of Recognition & Willingness to invest in employees
I’ve been at this company almost a year now and have yet to receive praise or even recognition from my ASM’s and General Manager, no reviews , no talks of potential paths, the lack of direction is rather uninspiring; this company doesn’t seem to want to invest back into their employees. Almost a full year and there’s still days where I feel like “the new guy”, a ghost even.
Assistant Service Manager in Dallas, TX
Assistant Service Manager
Great company to work for. Does require quite a bit of time spent in store. Sewell hires the best people and trains them to be even better. Only downside for me is longer than usual hours and lots of working weekends.