WHEEL PROS
Happiness rating is 59 out of 100
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About the company

  • Founded
    1995
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $1B to $5B (USD)
  • Industry
    Automotive Parts & Accessories Stores
  • Link
    WHEEL PROS website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 42 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

CPC Operator in York, SC
on December 20, 2021
There was good pay, good hours, miscommunication with different managers happened often and multiple problems happened because of that. Overall positive job and good coworkers.
Wheel Pros in York, SC
on April 22, 2022
I would love to work there again if I was offered the job again. Nothing bad really. What stands out good to me was everything. Everything was well organized. Everyone had positive attitudes and Positive feedback when asked a question.
Machinist in Ogden, UT
on April 11, 2022
Management is no help for any sort of bad situation. Supervisor adds stress to employees and can not reason with him. Promises job security but lays people off for not having enough work orders for everyone. Supervisor is no help and makes it unbearable to deal with even to have a small matter be resolved.
Warehouse quality and order picker in Ogden, UT
on March 23, 2022
I liked this job but one major problem with the company is that the management is not equipped with the skills to effectively run the branch. They scramble to hit numbers and yell and push. They ask for additional hours without prior notice making a life outside of work next to impossible. Another thing is that I would ask for time you off at least a week in advance and when it came down to it they tried to guilt me and beg me to come in sometimes telling me they “don’t remember approving that”. They even wrote me up for stuff and never directly came up to me and told me what was wrong and how I our do better. The cherry on top was when I asked for a few days off( with advanced notice) for my wife’s surgery. She needed extra care for that time while at home. During that time they notified me through a 3rd party company that I had been fired. They don’t care about there employees in the end despite being friendly on the surface. I do not recommend working here!
CNC Machine Operator in York, SC
on March 11, 2022
Not a good work environment very stressful and poorly managed people are treated. Like dirt and talked to like an abusive animal constant threats surrounding your job

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