I worked at Fletcher Jones Motor Cars full-time (More than 3 years)
I made good progess, and recieved challenges to help me personally in my career. I was given the space to create new processes and learn areas of the Automotive business.
Upper management is dramatic, and it is easy to get sucked into the negativity there. A lot of hard working people go by unnoticed, and money is the #1 priority.
Advice to Management
You have a good name backing you, but you need to invest in the culture and employees. Hire salesmen who are proven and are thoroughly professional. Give more resources for training and care about your personnel as much as you care for the customer's money.
I applied online. I interviewed at Fletcher Jones Motor Cars (Las Vegas, NV) in December 2016.
There was no real interview process. You apply online and then get an email from HR to join an "introduction to the company" which really seems like a group interview that has been reworded to avid any type of class action lawsuit, which this company will be getting any day now, being that after this 20 minute "introduction to the company" with 7 other people, I received a rejection email the next day. I have 3 years experience in the position I applied and wasted much of time. During the "introduction" there were a number of people talking that seemed to not have knowledge of the company and spoke highly about giving a "world class experience" yet I walked in the front door on the day of my interview and wasn't even greeted by the 2 people standing up front. I am thankful to not have to be apart of this company and its lack of integrity.
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