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Sterling Autobody Overview

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Headquarters Natick, MA
Size 201 to 500 Employees
Founded 2001
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Construction, Repair & Maintenance
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors MAACO, ABRA Auto Body & Glass
Sterling Autobody Centers (formerly Sterling Collision Centers) is now in the "good hands" of Allstate. Sterling operates 60-plus body shops in about 15 states, repairing and restoring cars to their pre-accident glory. The repair chain was acquired by ... More

Sterling Autobody Reviews

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Sterling Autobody President Nick Notte
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    Former Employee - Area Director
    Former Employee - Area Director
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    I worked at Sterling Autobody full-time (Less than a year)


    Some of the best looking stores when viewed from the curb or client perspective appearance, from the client perspective. Although a more consistent brand "look" can be worked upon. Reasonably well maintained facilities.


    Blindsided downsizing / restructuring occurs with absolutely no warning. Micromanagers there do not accept / understand their existence. There has to be a better way.

    Advice to Management

    Learn to work better WITH others that help you satisfy the client base, that ultimately provides you YOUR paychceck, as well. Stop looking at those that at the repair facilities as mere "expenses" that are to be managed by constant squeezing despite mounting expectations for profit.

Sterling Autobody Interviews

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    Technician Interview

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    Positive Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Sterling Autobody in July 2007.


    the interview process was very professional with the standard technical background questions, what are your strengths weaknesses etc. The interview even included a facility walk through with question and answer discussions about the process stages for work in process. The people were pleasant, but we both realized the position would not be a good fit for either of us.

    Interview Questions

    • You are $3,500 away from getting to your next bonus level for the month and there is only one day left in the month. There is plenty of work approved. How do you make sure we achieve our sales target so that you get the extra bonus money?   1 Answer
    • The color is off a couple of shades and you bring it to the attention of the painter. He tells you that he mixed the formula exactly the way the manufacture told him to and it is not his fault. He doesn’t think he should have to repaint it for free. What do you say?   1 Answer
    • How often should you update a customer as to the progress that has been made to their vehicle?   1 Answer

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