Sales Associate (Former Employee), Jordan, UT – May 12, 2012
Pros: free automotive knowledge
Cons: bad management
Typical work day involved me cleaning the store and putting away any freight that might have come in. Also putting away and back stock to the front of the store. I learned a lot of automotive knowledge while working at autozone but the management wasn't the greatest I had ever seen. My co-workers were usually whoever they could get to work there for – more... a couple months at a time. The hardest part of the job was dealing with the management, the the most enjoyable part of the job was the customers. – less
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee), Camp Springs, MD – April 13, 2014
Pros: long lunch breaks
Cons: too many to list -- do not work here.
I wouldn't recommend anyone working here. AutoZone is a terrible company. Hours can get cut if one doesn't enroll enough customers into its perks system, or doesn't sell enough grease packets with car parts. The company is very cutthroat.
Cashier (Current Employee), Union, NJ – April 13, 2014
AutoZone is a job that has a fast pace environment, and you are constantly on the move helping customers. Product knowledge is also something that was needed because many customers do not know about cars parts so it was my job to inform them of getting a certain brand and telling them what they needed in order to fix their problem. The skill that I – more... enhanced the most working at this job would have to be my interpersonal skills, and my ability to multitask and still being able to it complete the task both quickly and efficiently. – less
Parts Sales Manager (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PA – April 10, 2014
Pros: great customers
Cons: upper management
wants you to enforce company policies, has you written when customers make complaints when following company guidelines on returns, exchanges, warranties, then terminates your employment for not following company policies
Hub Driver (Current Employee), Hoover, AL – April 9, 2014
They work well with scheduling around personal life. Working for this company I cant help but feel underpaid and over worked. I've been labeled as full time for three years and I have not earned any vacation, medical, or any other full time benefits.