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Work-life balanceMorning shift or second shift ,so service manager can have you do 3 Morning shift until 3pm and 3 afternoon shift from 11am-until last vehicle is done and on Saturday is morning to last vehicle closed at 4pm. Sunday off. Work life is ok not best but you will work 6 days a week pretty much.Pay & benefitsPay at the time i started working I got $10.25 I worked hard to get to $11.50 after one year and half but if I ever go back to work there i would get more cause of the experience I have already. Benefits I believe you pay a low rate on health insurance off you check every week, paid vacation after I believe a year working, 401k etc.Job security and advancementIf you work hard and learn quickly they won't get rid off you easily. I was so good I train new people I was a veteran there. And advancement you can move up if you work hard and show you really good worker. You can be a alignment tech, driver transport tires to other locations or other accessories, Saleman etc...OverallWas a blast until I never got promoted cause they had their favorites and I had enough I wasn't getting what I was worth at the time.
In the almost 2 years I have been here,I have learned to never work for a company that promises their customers the Lowest prices around, because in turn the employees are the ones to pay for it. Good luck asking for a raise here, it’s worse than pulling your own teeth out. I was hired as a driver and now work in the warehouse more frequently than I do deliveries, but I make as much as the guys that ONLY deliver. I literally pull all their tires for them and I unload the truck in the morning. I also left the company (after completing my 2 week notice) for only 3 months and ended up coming back and when I did they gave me a dollar less per hour than what I was already getting paid. After you sign that contract stating you are aware of not having breaks, you have officially sold your soul.
I started at Town Fair last year for nearly nothing. Got trained to be a driver & quickly learned how bad people on the road can be. After 3 months they bumped me up ¢50 and I thought well better then before. Then about 6 months in covid happened and we had to switch to the retail building with split schedules. We were working 28 hours a week and getting paid for 35. Only reason they did that was so we couldn’t get unemployment but we still lost money every week. I asked for a raise after a month into covid and literally every other driver we had left and they were relying on me. They fought with me about it but eventually bumped me up another ¢50 after my 8 months, which I was laughing at. I have bills to pay and can’t afford it with their wages. At my one year mark they gave me my one year review (after a talk with regional over “attitude” about pay) and they bumped me up ¢15 AFTER A YEAR working with them AND telling them the pay wasn’t enough for the bills of basic living. Starting I got paid $12.75 after 3 months $13.25 after 8 months $14 now after a year the best they offered me is $14.75 after a YEAR. They wonder why they go through alot of people when trying to hire. We went through 10 people in a 2 month span ALL OF THEM LEFT BECAUSE PAY WAS NOT ENOUGH. Alot of hires are late or call out every week and when asked about it they usually say something alone the lines of “I don’t get paid enough to care or even show up”.
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Body breaking labor, low wages, sick days minumum, management doesn’t care about you or your situation.
Not enough hours, barely any raises, no room to advance, young store owners that have no experience running things making days harder, managers talking to people like slaves, hard work and heavy lifting while other tire techs watch you do all the work
Order pizza sometimes, good deals on tires
work is good. Management is decent. Benefits are ok. Pay could be better. All sales regardless of how long they are emploeyed make the same dollar amount. Most of the pay is based of of personal performance and over all store sales.
Great discount. Can make lots of money
no breaks. On feet for 10+ hours a day. High stress. Work life balance
If you're a tire tech. or driver, you're a nobody to the company. They would rather get rid of you and hire somebody at minimum wage before giving you a raise. Reviews come once and year and you're not eligible for benefits after a year of employment. Unless you just got out of prison, then stay away from this company. You'll get more respect flipping burgers or making coffee.
Some money is better than none
Corporate, disposable, minimum wage, management, epuipment
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The work environment is subpar. More days than some I witness hostile interactions and disrespect between coworkers. I have observed unprofessional speak in the workplace. Treatment of employees is less than. I feel like they look at most people as replaceable and unappreciated. Compensation is a cruel joke. For a major company it is very confusing to see what little they give back to employees there are some perks and benefits but that does not mean much at the end of the day when it comes to the larger picture
Worked for this place for 16 years for only a small pay I was full time making part time hours only 27 .but the crew and people I worked with were hundred percent awesome..I would go back if I got paid for my work
Good crew and managment
Bad pay for your work
The hours were all over the place. Some days I’d work 10 hours other days I’d work 4. Pay is not competitive, should make more for the amount of labor being done. Co workers lazy and incompetent but management doesn’t care because they’ve been there for years. Overall not the worst place it worked but certainly no where near the best.