I have never worked for any other company that is as cut throat. They pit one division against another and allow multiple people to sell into the same territory. It does not matter how well you do, they will bring other people in to sell in the same territory and steal your sales. They undercut you with your customers.
Well established company with well known name.
They care more about the money than the people or the product.
COMPANY STORE MANAGER (Current Employee) – California – July 1, 2018
Great company just not a great company to work for, very stressful and no work/life balance. You will work on a average of 60 plus hours a week and they care more about hitting the number then anything else.
Customer Care Representative (Former Employee) – Crystal Lake, IL – June 29, 2018
Everyone here was very friendly from Human Resources to the trainers, to the supervisors/tool experts/managers. They try to help you succeed at every turn. Benefits were great considering you were working part time. Walking around the building, you can tell that people really loved working there and everyone was friendly to one another. I wish I could have stayed here. You could feel a sense of family there. Very rare from my experiences at other places. The work is real fast paced on busy days where you don't have a chance to breath between calls/emails but talking to the people on the other side of the phone was rarely a bad experience.
Techknow sales representative (Current Employee) – Riverside, CA – June 11, 2018
Loved working for the company and my team. working with the customer, problem solving. Getting to get that customer a tool that is going to build his or hers career or business. Working along side my team to achieve accomplishment of the goals we set together.
Franchise Assistant (Former Employee) – Alexandria, LA – June 6, 2018
It is clear what you need to do to be successful. Can really build some good relationships with customers. Great products most made in USA. Back orders can ruin a week. Its alot to keep up with whats coming in and out.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Crystal Lake, IL – May 23, 2018
Simple job, but I hate to say it but not a lot of people who work there speak English. I never took Spanish so it was hard to communicate. A typical day was standing in front of an assembly line and building all day. Management was okay, didn't really communicate with average workers. Hardest part was not losing your mind on the assembly line.
Boring, not many benefits, hard communication, tedious.
Coordinator (Current Employee) – Kenosha, WI – May 16, 2018
There are various tasks so knowing how to prioritize and manage your time efficiently is extremely important. On busy days it can get stressful but if you take a break to calm down it will help you put things back in perspective.
Snap-on plans special events all year round for their employees.
Pay salary could be higher and the opportunity of advancement greater.
Good company. Nice benefits. Employee benefits good. People there overall nice. The hardest part of the job was heat in the summer. It is quite noisy and hearing protection is a must. It is a good place as far as benefits,raises, and stock in company.