I have worked here for over 8 years. The company is very involved with the employees family well-being and involved in the community and provides a fun and rewarding job opportunity. For those willing to learn and put in a good days work there are great advantages in working for Stephen Wade Auto Center.
I was a receptionist when I stated but later I moved to the office. They were nice and fair to me. I ended up having to relocate for personal reasons. That is the only reason why I quit. I miss being there.
Great company with a great mix of long and short term employees. Management has always done well with coaching and training. Expectations were always clear and goals that were achieved being recognized.
I have worked for this company for nearly 15 years. They have been a fantastic company to work for. They have provided opportunity for me and others to advance and grow. Pay is competitive and fair. Don’t get me wrong this is a business and it is a job and as employees we are required to work hard, but when you work hard you are treated well. Great place to work.
This company really cares about everybody. There are opportunities to get promoted. training is paid for. people can move from one dealership to another or to a different department is desired. Some of the employees started at the bottom and now they are managers. And the leadership really cares about me as a person.
For any person whom is considering Stephen Wade Auto center, for whatever position, they should feel confident in knowing they will gain much from the experience. Fast paced workplace with high energy environments depending on what department you're looking to work in. Family Oriented Management Team with a big connection with the Southern Utah Community.
Worked there for a year and I loved it. I will never forget the experiences and valuable information I learned from there. Leaving there was very hard for me. I loved all my coworkers as if They were family. As a female working in a mans workspace I was never treated unfairly.
The work environment was hostile most of the time . There were favorites and if you weren’t part of the group you were treated poorly . Not a great workplace for women it’s ran by men for men . I was told I made more then some of the salesmen but my work ethic was also better then most of them .
Just dont do it..Been in Auto Industry for a long time and had great success. This dealer was by far the worst I have ever tried working with..Wish the LHM Auto Group was in Southern Utah. They take care of there people..
As a lot tech, it was really fun having access to all the cars on the lot. It wasn't a demanding job in the slightest. There was a detailing department there so the lot techs really don't have to do much besides bring them sold/traded cars or go fill up empty cars on the lot. You could be sitting for hours before a sale gets done and you gotta bring the car to the detailing department. 40 hours of hanging out and driving some of the coolest cars Nissan offers.
Service Manager was new to this dealership and was over his head at the time. There were lots of conflicts on the service drive, service advisers stealing work from other advisers. Violent outbursts from some employees and when it was brought to managements attention repeatedly nothing was done to correct the problem. He might be better now, but I don't think so because the same people are still there and that kind of behavior wouldn't be tolerated by most employers.
The store was very busy with service and customers. Lots of opportunity. Great pay scale for commission based. Didn't feel micro- managed. Very hot climate in St. George Utah. Overall loved the city and people.
- When I worked there, it was typical for the day to be steady paced. not too busy, yet there was always something to do. The process is easy and labor not difficult. - Hardest part of the job were the customer complications and the stress of making a mistake. It was a nag to be as careful as possible due to the stress of being chewed out for a mistake made. - Most enjoyable part of the job for me was the friendships and conversations I made with my co-workers.
well organized workplace, schedule, and events for employees
only a lunch break is provided, benefits are not the best but workable.