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15 days ago

Part Time Truck Driver

Penske Ypsilanti, MI

-Follow appropriate safety procedures while driving trucks to destination of Penske location or customer locations -Check vehicles to… TopUSAJobs

30+ days ago

Senior HR Representative

Penske Beachwood, OH

Staffing: Understands facility's Affirmative Action Plans. Provides compensation recommendations to management. Analyzes recruiting and turnover… TopUSAJobs

30+ days ago

Wisconsin Diesel Opportunities

Penske Milwaukee, WI

By applying to this posting, you will be in our database and notified of future openings as they come available in the Milwaukee District including… TopUSAJobs

30+ days ago

Service Department Administrator

Penske De Pere, WI +2 locations

-Manage the tire and parts inventory for the assigned locations -Manage all the purchasing (except office supplies) -Handle warranty part… TopUSAJobs

7 days ago

Diesel Tech II

Penske Indianapolis, IN +2 locations

- Demonstrate proficiency in the repair and diagnosis of - with some assistance: Engines (gas and diesel), Power train to include differentials… TopUSAJobs

30+ days ago

Body Shop Technician III

Penske Northwood, OH

-Perform the following repairs or replacements: Minor electrical system repairs, Surface preparation for refinishes, Minor Cab Accessory… TopUSAJobs

9 days ago


Penske De Pere, WI

- Activate fuel pumps and fill fuel tanks of vehicles with gasoline or diesel fuel to specified levels - Check air pressure in tires, check motor… TopUSAJobs

15 days ago

Diesel Mechanic/Technician III

Penske Ypsilanti, MI +10 locations

-Vehicle component lubrication and replacement -Electrical system repairs -Cooling system maintenance -Perform basic diagnostics Benefits: Penske… TopUSAJobs

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    Bad mangement means bad company to work for

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Penske


    Benefits are good
    Company name is recognizable, but others outside the industry only know of Penske Truck Leasing


    Training is almost non-existent
    Management does not know how to manage, at times don't even have the technical or personal skills to be in their position..."Good Ol' Boy Club" in effect, if you can BS good and go out drinking, you're in
    If you get lucky enough to have someone who is willing and able to help you advance your career, good luck there is nowhere to advance to, and because of the "club" you won't get the position you should
    You're expected to work above and beyond what is physically and mentally acceptable and logical, even most ER staff don't work these types of shifts and hours EVERY day and week!!
    Performance feedback is never given, positive or negative, then the yearly review comes around and if you actual get it, you get blindsided with criticism....yearly raises along with the reviews are not always given, not sure if it because of laziness or just being cheap or both
    I received a promotion and didn't even get the compensation that was agreed on
    So much for 55-100 hours a week I put in 50wks of the year without getting paid OT or having a salary to compensate that type of dedication and availabiliy
    Forget about work/life balance...What life??!!! All you do is work and sleep, once you have a day off you're so behind on taking care of yourself and family, constant burnout is not uncommon
    No sense of teamwork, the " I " mentality is very apparant
    Good employees leave the company if they have the opportunity, as staying is futile

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get strong management...this will ensure you have people with the skills, abilities and drive to do their job well...not to mention making your company more profitable, stable and a better place to work for everyone
    Train your new hires and promoted employees well, the results will be more than worth it...don't just hand them the job and expect them to "figure it out", all the while expecting above par performance
    Stop the favoritism! It causes dissention in the workgroup and make good employees turn bad
    Men are treated different, I observed others, men especially, talking and treating women in the workplace much worse than they would treat other men. Or ignore them completely and work around them, all the while the rest of the group and management would look away and ignore it was happening. As a man, this is sad to see to this is typical daily operations, it not good for anyone
    Address issues as they arise with the workforce, don't ignore it and make your "good" employees suffer in an incompetent , combative, and at times, hostile work environment

    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO

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