Pep Boys – New York, NY
The Pep Express Driver is responsible for the safe and efficient delivery of parts to commercial customers. Assist store management in support of the… jobsradar.com
Moe Corporation – New York, NY +3 locations
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Pep Boys – Roselle, NJ
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Pep Boys – Hazlet, NJ
We are hiring a Service Manager to lead our service department in our store in Hazlet, NJ! Our Service Managers lead service departments in a… StartWire
Pep Boys – East Brunswick, NJ
Technicians & Mechanics are responsible for providing quality service by performing a variety of automotive services. These positions perform… CareerBuilder
Pep Boys – Parlin, NJ
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I have been working at Pep Boys full-time (More than 5 years)
Being a manager you have some flexabilty in your scheduale, if in a busy location you can make some decent money.
Corporate expectations are not based on real world circumstances. We are not suppose to say no to a customer when they request service, but if all the techs are busying and you have people waiting as well as appointments comming in, how is it possible to say to some one walking in sure we can help you??? You are expected to pull the car in and have customer take a seat. After a while that customer is going to say hey why did you pull my car in if no one is going to work on it?/ I have been here 45 minutes and no one has gotten near it yet?? It only causes issues and generates complaints.
Advice to Management
Spend some time behind the service desk and experiance the real world. Maybe then you will see our point of view and the appropriate policy and procedures can be formulated for the real world.