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9 days ago

Part-time Day Associate

Mikes Carwash Evansville, IN

• College tuition assistance. We give up to $2,500 each year. Just average 20 hours worked per… Mikes Carwash


9 days ago

Part-time Associate

Mikes Carwash Evansville, IN

• College tuition assistance. We give up to $2,500 each year. Just average 20 hours worked per… Mikes Carwash


16 days ago

Full-time Associate

Mikes Carwash Evansville, IN

• College tuition assistance. We give up to $2,500 each year. Just average 20 hours worked per… Mikes Carwash


15 days ago

Night Time Clean-Up

Mikes Carwash Evansville, IN

• College tuition assistance. We give up to $2,500 each year. Just average 20 hours worked per… Mikes Carwash


Mikes Carwash Reviews

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William Dahm
17 Ratings
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    Terrible pay, terrible work environment, terrible upper management

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    Current Employee - Full Time Associate  in  Indianapolis, IN
    Current Employee - Full Time Associate in Indianapolis, IN

    I have been working at Mikes Carwash full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    It's a job. Associates are great to work with as well as the lower level management.

    Cons

    -terrible pay
    -horrendous work environment (heat, cold, chemicals)
    -the uniforms we wear are very outdated and we have to purchase everything ourselves
    -upper level management sucks(AD's and higher)
    -little to no motivation to continue working with the company
    -I've gotten one raise in 2 years ($0.20)
    -you can only move up within the company if you kiss butt and tell them you will be there for your whole life
    -no breaks
    -customers at most locations are very rude
    -"bonus" checks are a joke and usually nonexistent
    -hours we work are horrible (almost every weekend)
    -stores are short staffed because everyone quits, making people have to work that much harder
    -they offer tuition reimbursement which is great but I can't afford to pay for school in the first place because the pay is so low
    -I average 36 hours a week, yet live below the poverty line
    -they make changes such as price increases and expect the associates to deal with the ticked off customers
    -we line the owner's pockets so he can go live like a King while his workers live like peasants

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Quit raising prices before you lose customers! Give employees more money and a reason to stay with the company. Hire more associates.

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