Alliance Inspection Management

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4 days ago

Operations Coordinator - Vehicle Inspections

Alliance Inspection Management Irving, TX

AiM is currently looking for an Operation Coordinator based in Irving, Texas. As an employee of AiM, the Operations Coordinator will work at the… Alliance Inspection Management


17 days ago

Used Vehicle Ispector

Alliance Inspection Management Slidell, LA

We have a opening for a Used Vehicle Ispector. Must be able to work at least 4 shifts per week and be available weekdays. Must have some… Snagajob


Alliance Inspection Management Reviews

3 Reviews
3.3
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Jim Yates
2 Ratings
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    Very disorganized, terrible managers, bad communication.

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    Current Employee - Territory Lease Inspection Manager  in  Los Angeles, CA
    Current Employee - Territory Lease Inspection Manager in Los Angeles, CA

    I have been working at Alliance Inspection Management full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    compensation and benefits are decent

    Cons

    Terrible communication and work ethics. There isn't any licensed or properly trained inspectors. I worked within the company for about 6 months and was given a promotion as a field inspector. I was the only employee in the company that had actual certification for collision estimating/inspecting. I was also the youngest individual in the company [ 21 years old]. I signed all the necessary paperwork for the promotion and was then told that if I refereed an employee it would speed up the process for my promotion. I brought in a friend that was in need of a job, then was notified by my manager that i had to train this employee for almost two months. I shared all my knowledge of properly inspecting vehicles to this very thoroughly while at the same time performing on the job tasks. Which manager in their right mind would make an employee that has been with a company for 5 months train an new employee/friend and perform a heavy work load of cars that needs to be inspected. AN EFFICIENT MANAGER WOULDN'T ALLOW THIS. Final result is that our clients inspections fell behind the required completion time even when I requested assistance numerous times. After training this friend I was told that he is good to perform my previous position on his own and that I am ready to start training for my new promotion. I recieve a call from my manager the next day telling me that I am not getting my promotion any more. WHAT THE FOLDGERS????!!!! He states that the company decided to complete an mvr driving record check and found out that i had a minor speeding ticket in 2010 and another minor speeding ticket in 2012. Keep in mind that it is September of 2013 and that I have been driving for the company already for 6 months. I even had stated these tickets in my job application before being hired. So What happens they give me a two choices.... They tell me i can work 3 days a week and reduce my hours from full time to part. Thats going from 40 hours to 20-24 hours a week. And they give my promotion and all my benefits to my friend that I just trained for the past two moths. Of course you find out who your true friends are because instead of refusing the companies proposal and being a good friend this guy goes ahead and takes my promotion while i had no choice but to quit this company. I cant survive with a petty 20 hour per week job. So the moral of the story is that you can do a wonderful deed helping a friend obtain a job and working withing a company very diligently and consistently and still have your career slip right out of your hands. Don't hire any friends to a company..... they will stab your back and pretend like nothing happened, while ultimately loosing a long friendship.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Needs better management, BETTER VALUES, THOROUGH BACKGROUND CHECKS, AND MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL IS HAVING PROPERLY TRAINED/LICENCED INSPECTORS.

    Doesn't Recommend
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