Sales Analyst (Former Employee) – Springfield, VA – 20 October 2014
A lot more of a technical job that was a lot of sales to personnel in regards to their vehicles that was brought in. The company harps on upselling other services that were not needed at the time which made it a place I wasn't to keen on. Nice co-workers, but didn't pay their mechanics a lot which I didn't agree with.
Tire Test technician (Current Employee) – Akron, OH – 19 October 2017
I would rather work no other place. At the tech level there isn't very much room for advancement. They always try to push you back to school even with no real hopes of advancement once you get a degree or certificate. The test technician job is fun. There is always something to do. It just seems as though you are looked down upon by management for not having a degree.
Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Broken Arrow, OK – 18 October 2017
Has decent job security with very little advancement opportunities. Upper management has unreasonable expectations of what should be done at times. Most communication is done via email or conference calls, so there is not much in person micromanagement. Overall a decent place to work. It requires long hours, but it is hourly pay plus commission, so at least the long hours get you overtime pay.
Mold Specialist (Former Employee) – Griffin, GA – 18 October 2017
I worked with this company for 14 years and they was great to me and my family. I just decided to change my career path and to explore a new career. Working for this company was like working for family,
Senior Electrical Engineer (Current Employee) – Muscatine, IA – 17 October 2017
A typical day work will probably start with a meeting or two. Then proper work assignment start according to ones position. Lunch is taken within the hours of 11:00 to 12:30 am. I have learn a lot about Industrial Management and machinery. The work place culture is very family oriented.
General Manager of the Distribution Centers East (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – 17 October 2017
Highly ethical company. Company's size makes change management very difficult. Middle management is not appreciated. Budgeting is a full time job, Senior Leadership expects different results when nothing up stream has changed in the supply chain,
Manager of Tire Sales (Former Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – 3 October 2017
Poor management, at least that's the case in the Harrisburg, PA. area. No leadership qualities at all. Bad decisions made on an almost daily basis with no explanation. One would almost surmise he worked for the competition. Otherwise solid company with competitive overall compensation. Regional management appears to have a 3-5 year life span so this may change. I've been in the business for 20+ years and this is the absolute worst management I've ever worked under. The strange part is this is a universally accepted notion that management is the problem but none of the store managers will step up and take action.
Solid company culture of exceptional customer service.
Senior Automotive Tech (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA Brentwood, CA Pleasant Hill,CA – 2 October 2017
typical day included arriving at work receiving a work orders and begin working it is a very fast paced with environment frequent customer service also lunch was a issue that I rarely had time for overall very stressful.