Store Manager (Current Employee) – Manassas Park, VA – July 26, 2015
Receive and invite customers with-in 20 seconds coming on-to the lot to ensure they are seen to and will be served! Supervised and train team members to perform typical and additional services and provide WORLD CLASS CUSTOMER SERVICE.............every car every time! While making our job fun and SAFE!
ASSISTANT MANAGER (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – May 22, 2018
V.I.O.C. was a stable and "by the books" organization. All customers vehicles were serviced under uniform standards of operation. Every operation was called out and verified, ensuring minimal mistakes.
At first I didn't think I would like working on cars. I didn't even think this job can turn into a career. They set you up for success. It's based on your paced to move up. The manager's and asst manager are they to help whenever.
Work as a Customer Relations Specialist (Current Employee) – Franklin, TN – May 19, 2018
It would be a better fit for me if I were many years younger- I've still got alot to learn on the maintenance of new-wave vehicles! Cars that I'm familiar with don't often If ever come to get their oil changed by anyone other than themselves...
Manager (Former Employee) – Syracuse, NY – May 17, 2018
VIOC is a great company to work for and I enjoyed working there. If you are ambitious and are looking to have a career instead of just a job, give it a try. It can be very hard work and advancing really depends on you. If not for my specific situation preventing me from doing so, I would probably still work there.
Certified Technician (Former Employee) – Town of Cortlandt, NY – May 16, 2018
When there are rushes of cars it can be hectic. Very patient with newbies.
Advancement is based on completing classes and filling out book-work. Some classes can be done out of the store with access to a computer. Some classes must be done in the shop. You may need to come in on time off to get lessons completed according to schedule.
Customer Service / Top Side Technician (Current Employee) – Sterling Heights, MI – May 16, 2018
I absolutely love this job. They truly push you to succeed and help you improve your life professionally. They teach you from the ground up everything you need to know and constructively correct you to remembrance when needed. I absolutely recommend.
Family like, cool pay, insurance, always learning
Flexible but depending on your schedule, garage can be hot or cold so have to get used to it
Technician (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – May 13, 2018
so my main issue with this company is that they don't pay enough. they expect you to go above and beyond to increase sales yet you don't get anything in return. the company says you can move up fast but that's bs because you have to train on the job at a computer. you cant train off the clock which makes it impossible to complete any of the training.
Service Technician (Current Employee) – Raytown, MO – May 13, 2018
Management let's anything slip by. People no call no show all the time with no consequences. All the company cares about is how much money you make them. If you make the company alot of money you could literally slap your boss in the face and you wouldn't get fired
40 hours a week
Awful managment. They dont care if youre a good employee if you dont make them money
Service Center Manager (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – May 12, 2018
Depending on what franchise you work for VIOC can be a potential career. The money is good and bonus program is legit. Benefits are very good. If you are willing to work hard and foster a hard working, accountable work culture the job is pretty easy.
Good pay and benefits.
Very long hours, at work more than home. Not much chance for advancement once you hit a certain point