Apprentice Mechanic (Former Employee) – British Columbia – 10 October 2017
I loved working at Mercedes-Benz, it was a very positive environment with a lot of encouragement and opportunity. I learned a lot at this company and I recommend anyone to experience this amazing place in their career.
Truck Driver/Heavy Equipment Operator (Current Employee) – Bagdad, NB – 27 January 2016
Business model in the Mercedes-Benz truck Excellent . I learned from the Mercedes-Benz truck art of driving on the highway being an ancient truck . Excellent management . non co - worker . non hardest part in the job . Mercedes-Benz truck driving smooth and comfortable .
Pick and Pack shipment to go to all the dealers. Restock inbound parts
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 20 January 2016
Monday to Friday morning shift. Spending the day loading pallets full of parts using a scan gun. Job had to be done quickly and and accurate. a crew of five. Attendance was vary important. Dental and medical after 6 months.
Canada Parts Clerk (Co-op) (Former Employee) – Thornhill, ON – 18 November 2015
Fun work place with supportive management. Not all about the numbers but how you personally grow and develop. Decent amount of red tape and politics, but this is expected of a big company. The most enjoyable part of the job was working alongside my colleagues and learning from them. The office started to get crowded as the company grew
Service Advisor/ Internal Coordinator/ Dispatcher (Former Employee) – London, ON – 30 October 2015
Image portrayed to customer most important attribute of working here. Employees work very hard to maintain image and quality of service provided. Excellent shop environment, clean and orderly, able to maintain maximum efficiency and productivity.
Clean dealership with a great culture and friendly co workers
LOT ATTENDANT (Former Employee) – calgary, ab – 9 March 2015
Typical day at work as a lot attendant at lone star consisted of washing and detailing customer vehicles, assisting with delivery of vehicles and driving between the dealership and car storage lot to retrieve vehicles.
Great health benefits and employee purchase program.
Sales and Leasing Consultant (Former Employee) – Maple, ON – 13 February 2015
As a Sales Consultant you are given the freedom to do your job with all the necessary tools to be productive. It is very structured and organized which you don't find in many car dealerships but yet a fun and enjoyable place to work. Management do their best to support you and all departments share the common goal of keeping clients happy. I would definitely consider working at Mercedes-Benz again in the future as I have many good memories and have gained valuable skills during my time with the company. I was not a fan of a certain component in the pay plan but I have since heard that it has been changed to be made better.
Very wide range of automobiles to sell. "Something for everyone".
Salesman/Brand Manager (Former Employee) – Nanaimo, BC – 18 January 2015
The most fun I ever had selling cars, bar none. The S-Klasse in particular was fun to sell, as every year it would carry one or more completely industry first new technologies. The S is where the auto industry's highest of high tech normally debuts first. Tesla has stolen the S thunder lately, to an extent; but they can't match Mercedes-Benz for history or authenticity.
bad location; the Nanaimo dealership was under a bridge and tiny.
Top Rate - Professional environment with high expectations.
Bilingual Receptionist (Former Employee) – Vanderhoof, BC – 14 January 2015
A typical day was very busy, with guests checking in, mail to be sorted, a ringing switchboard to be answered, and couriers coming and going. You didn't mess up with a lot of money on the line.
A polished image was expected and maintained, in providing service, within the company, and to customers. Guests could include Mercedes-Benz customers, prospective customers, and the executive from Germany.
Staff and management were professional, polished and educated, but approachable.
The hardest part of the job was feeling the pressure of ensuring that the vehicle keys were put in the right place, so that the press or fleet cars could be operated. You couldn't lose the keys to such a high-end vehicle!
The most enjoyable part of the job was the interaction with staff, management and guests and the beautiful, sleek cars!
Fast-paced environment, professional, and located in a central area.