NAPA – Bellevue, WA
• Bringing customer focus and high energy to our fast-paced stores • Helping other team members when working with customers or finding auto parts… NAPA
NAPA – Seattle, WA
NAPA Auto Parts is seeking a skilled, enthusiastic and hard working Delivery Driver to join our growing team of auto parts professionals. As a… NAPA
NAPA – Seattle, WA
• Building long-term relationships with the customers you deliver to • Driving throughout the metropolitan area using maps and directions… NAPA
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Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
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I worked at NAPA Auto Parts part-time (More than a year)
Can easily make friends. It is also a great experience for young people to gain if you're looking for a first job or so.
Though you can easily make friends at Napa, you can easily make enemies as well. This company is built on a buddy system. I was a part time worker there and was working tirelessly to achieve full-time. They promised me that I'll be promoted to full-time and had even interviewed me for it. Instead, they gave the full-time position to another person who was already working full-time. Tell me that this isn't messed up. I have friends that are still working there as part-times for more than 3+years and has yet to be promoted to full-time. This company is shady and I'm glad that I'm not working there anymore.
Advice to Management
Value your employees. Know that they work hard and they have mouths to feed just like you do. If you want them to do favors as far as working extra hours on the weekend, learn how to give them favors back by promoting them to full-time. Stop giving full-time positions to those who are already holding a full-time position. More importantly, stop being so biased when it comes to promotions. Treat your employees with respect and you'll get your's.