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10 days ago

ENTRY LEVEL AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN / AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC / AUTO TECH

Group 1 Automotive Philadelphia, PA

Group 1 owns and operates about 150 automotive dealerships, representing over 30 brands with 190 plus franchises and over 35 collision centers in the… CareerBuilder


10 days ago

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN / AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC / AUTO TECH

Group 1 Automotive Philadelphia, PA +2 locations

Group 1 owns and operates about 150 automotive dealerships, representing over 30 brands with 190 plus franchises and over 35 collision centers in the… CareerBuilder


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Group 1 Automotive President, CEO, and Director Earl J. Hesterberg
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    A great company to gain experience but not to build a future.

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    Current Employee - Call Center Agent  in  Houston, TX
    Current Employee - Call Center Agent in Houston, TX

    I have been working at Group 1 Automotive full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    The experience to add to your resume, pay is decent for work load, schedule is flexible as long as you don't want weekends off.

    Cons

    You will work every Saturday unless you call out; They don't rotate weekends and will deny any Saturday time-off request, including unpaid time off. Team leads can be very messy, everyone gossips in the call center which causes unwanted stress; upper management are very petty; if you misspell a word while typing an email, it's a problem yet they don't want you taking your time to proof read your messages. It's not a bad company but don't work in the call center; I hear accounting is much different

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pretend to care more about your staff personally instead of only the needs of the call center

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