I’ve worked for some great Automotive dealerships and groups. I’ve also worked with some troubled ones that are nightmares. Victory Automotive is up there with “as good as it gets”. Great support, pay, respect, coaching, loyalty, and commitment.
This is the worst company I've ever worked for. The hours are crazy. Upper management is cut throat. Supervisors give no support to new salesman. Unless you have a substant abuse problem. Don't waste your time there. The work culture is rancid at best. You're out no matter how hard you work if you're not willing to be in their "click". Salesman smell like alcohol.
Lack of organization. Lack of communication amongst management. Lack of consistency in management’s policies. What is ok for one employee can/will be reason for termination of another employee. There is a VERY SMALL group of individuals that made working there tolerable, but that’s about as far as the “Pro’s” go.....
During the time there management over the shop was very poor but the manager has sense left the store and is no longer employed with the company. Everyone else there is great and loved my time at my job.
Free lunch on Saturdays. Use shop to work on own vehicles
The best part about working at Victory Automotive Group is the ability to make a difference every day. Each action or project worked on has a direct impact on the dealerships we manage which is very rewarding.
At one time it was the place to work. Well not anymore . take the time to get everything in writing if you have to work there. Lack of real leadership. Several pet employees. Geno the owners brother is creepy toward other women
The promotion process has no rhyme or reason. They drink alcohol on the job and a two time DUI chick got to drive vehicles and interact with customers. Someone needs to investigate. Employees should not have bottles of open alcohol in the business and one dui is bad enough, but TWO within months and ending up in a Petaluma pond then getting promoted for doing absolutely nothing is hilarious.
Management is nice but they definitely promote those who dress like they're going to a club.
No real direction and people not dressed like skanks don't get treated as favorably
all I hear from the older technicians how the shop was way better before the franchise corporate company Victory took over overloads everyone with work from upper to lower management pay is not good if you're a good High experience technician but isn't okay but for everyone else needs to survive and you don't get paid
well even tho your CERTIFIED with all ur ford certs. empty promises it's a shame how the automotive industry is trying to keep us out Automotive technicians if there is no change soon there isn't going to be any good text left to fix these vehicles because a really complex now and days. Came to this place with high hopes wasn't what I expected once you're in about four guys left already only been here for 3 months.Hopefully this company or the automotive industry can change a whole 360 around because they're going to need it soon after all these older guys retire. Millennials are not going to put up with it!
Benefits and good coworkers
A lot of cons about a broken sellout franchise company