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7 days ago

Parts Phone Room Sales Representative

Rush Enterprises Atlanta, GA

Parts Phone Room Sales Representative The Parts Phone Room Sales Representative sells parts to customers through orders received on the phone or… Rush Enterprises

7 days ago

Body Shop Tech Level 2

Rush Enterprises Atlanta, GA

Body Shop Technician Level 2 A Body Shop Technician will repair or replace damaged body parts back to Pre-Accident Condition with factory and… Rush Enterprises

7 days ago

Driver Service

Rush Enterprises Atlanta, GA

Driver Service The Driver picks up commercial trucks from customers for repair and delivers to the service department. The driver also delivers… Rush Enterprises

7 days ago

Driver Parts

Rush Enterprises Smyrna, GA

Driver Parts The Driver Parts position is responsible for delivering parts to customers and for picking up parts from suppliers for the dealership… Rush Enterprises

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Rush Enterprises Chairman of the Board, President and CEO Rusty Rush
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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I worked at Rush Enterprises full-time (Less than a year)


    Large company, looking for young leadership, room for advancement, opportunities to be placed in many locations around the country. Capital is available for projects, and new ideas/innovations.


    Heavy corporation expectations, hard on managers, conference calls are demanding, they expect more than possible to get and demand it. They buy out small companies, and replace them with corporate procedures.

    Advice to Management

    My advice to the management would be to make sure new hires, especially in the "management trainee" program really understand what they are getting into. I don't think letting them meet with CEO's and riding in peoples Maserati's at corporate headquarters and then sending them to truck dealerships paints a very good picture of what the program will be like.

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