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AutoZone Employee Reviews about "upper management"

Updated Jan 22, 2021

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3.3
56%
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65%
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AutoZone Chairman, President, and CEO Bill Rhodes III
Bill Rhodes III
1,716 Ratings
Pros
  • "Flexible schedule room for advancement(in 97 reviews)

  • "You get 20% discount on parts and a good learning experience(in 92 reviews)

  • Cons
  • "Upper management can be robotic(in 232 reviews)

  • "Little benefits for part time workers(in 144 reviews)

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    1. 5.0
      Current Employee, more than 1 year

      Worked at both O'Reilly and Autozone with 10 years experience

      Jul 22, 2020 - Commercial Sales Manager in Fort Worth, TX
      Recommend
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      Pros

      Great work culture Guaranteed overtime for management positions Control over your own dept

      Cons

      Upper management can be robotic

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    2. 2.0
      Current Employee, more than 3 years

      A place to start or to end, but not for living

      Oct 10, 2020 - Parts Sales Manager 
      Recommend
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      Pros

      It's an okay place to start working if you're just outta high school or to end with when you need a job to replace boredom as a retiree. The company has decent benefits included which is why I rate it two stars out of five on compensation and benefits instead of a one star.

      Cons

      The biggest issue with Autozone is that they know all their employees are disposable. So, they treat and pay them that way. If you need to put food on the table, put clothes on your kids' backs, keep the lights on, and keep the bills paid then I would suggest that you look somewhere else for a job. The only position where you can start earning a liveable wage is once you're in upper management. Either assistant store manager or higher. And even then you're only making a liveable wage cause of the overtime. Without 50 hour work weeks, you wouldn't be able to make much of a living.

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    3. 1.0
      Former Employee, more than 5 years

      Stay far away from the Birmingham Region

      Oct 4, 2020 - Manager in Birmingham, AL
      Recommend
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