AutoNation
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www.autonation.com Fort Lauderdale, FL 5000+ Employees

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Horrible Company... been with the company for several year's, every year it gets worse.

Sales (Current Employee)
Pembroke Pines, FL

ProsYou meet great people, that are just as underpaid and over worked .

ConsYou are not treated like a person, more like a machine due to extreame work load. No Raises..... Given a lame excuse when you ask for one. No recognition for anything. Management & Corporate dont care about you. Benefits suck for such a large Fortune 500 company. Contsant turnover. Now open on Easter and extended hour's. Uniforms are not flattering and make some look sloppy. Its all about "who you know " not how hard you work, or dedication. Tons of responsibility with no compensation. Departments dont communicate. Frowned on when you ask for hard earned time off. Management shows favoritism. Upper management only sees dollar signs, and bottom lines. High-End should be treated differently, the customers demand more. Only the Best should be at the best ! Very little room for growth.

Advice to Senior ManagementScreen employees better. Its ok to be picky. Especially in High-End.
Give reviews and at the very least a cost of living raise.
Help with benefits, you know you can.
Train your employees, we cant be productive without it.
Keep HR issues truly private.
High-End should be kept that way. Uniforms are sloppy.
Care. We have families too.
Be more realistic with demands and deadlines.
Show appreciation, especially around holidays. Bonus and a party.
Wake Up. You have tons of unhappy, underpaid, & underappreciated employees.

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    A cynical culture driven by greed and stock price

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)
    South Florida, FL

    I worked at AutoNation full-time for more than 5 years


    Pros: My coworkers were good people, and we all shared the same feelings of hopelessness, which, strangely enough, made us feel better knowing we were not… Cons: Yearly pay cuts, although management will smile at you when they call it a "new pay plan." 5+ years without a pay raise, but… Advice to Senior Management: Come down to reality. Reality isn't the $50,000 per person republican fundraiser dinner at our COO's house, well, at least not for most of your… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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    Truth is in the employees

    Fixed Operations (Current Employee)
    South Florida, FL

    I have been working at AutoNation full-time for more than 10 years


    Pros: There is not much. I like all the people I work with and helping my… Cons: They only listen to corporate managers. There is no input from local managers at the dealerships. Most of the corporate managers have no "real world"… Advice to Senior Management: Need to listen and act on advice from managers at stores. It seems that you only listen to senior managers at corporate headquarters only. … No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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