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I have been working at America's Car-Mart as a contractor (More than a year)RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Your position and pay are only limited by you. Becoming a master is just what this company looks for and will reward you for. Of you are loyal to the company, customers, and associates, you will be in such good shape for long term success. Be honest, do the right thing. Do not be there for just your own success but all those around you as well. Be a true team player. Having worked multiple positions at multiple locations, I can tell you that your potential is only limited by you.
Remove pay caps! I truly believe that we have lost and are going to continue to lose a lot of many year loyal people who help make the business successful due to pay caps.
Advice to Management
Continue to grow and support your staff at all levels. Keep calm. Listen more. Be there for them.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied in-person. The process took a week – interviewed at America's Car-Mart.
Detailed, a little tedious and management had to fit me in between retail customers problems and or issues. The manager I met with, made me wait over 45 minutes to meet with him. He claimed he had an unexpected conference call he had to take and he could not re-schedule. That was very unprofessional and it frustrated me.
I worked for this company for 1 year, I worked my tail off, worked ridiculous hours, was very dedicated and in the end...it was all for nothing.
- They wanted to know if I was a Christian or not, and I am not. 1 Answer
Simple, they made written offer, I countered back, they agreed and that was it.
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No Credit? Bad Credit? No problem. America's Car-Mart targets car buyers with poor or limited credit histories. Car-Mart's subsidiaries operate more than 100 used-car dealerships in eight states, primarily in smaller urban and rural markets throughout the US South-Central region. Dealerships focus on selling basic, affordable transportation, with an average selling price of about $9,300 in 2011. It has been expanding primarily in Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Missouri. While the company's business plan has focused on cities with up to 50,000 in population (70% of...