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True customer service minded company with a lot of incentives for team members to succeed. Great employee discount, 401 offered along with health, dental, vision and life insurance. Stock options also available.
Only 15% savings on stock buys, salary is heavily reliable on commission rates. No increase in base pay if you're moved to a lower grossing store. Payroll schedule has two months a year where a months salary is divided among three checks instead of two.
Advice to Management
Inspire your team members to try their best. Lead by example and set the expectations. Coach, coach and coach team members the right way. Take every opportunity to celebrate the wins and improve the shortfalls.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online – interviewed at O'Reilly Auto Parts.
It was a simple 30-minute interview that consisted about them asking what experience I had and what interested me in applying. Given I have no knowledge about vehicles and car parts, my interviewer took that into account and asked why I intended to apply anyways if I had no experience. Very basic interview, not too many technical questions regarding auto parts.
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