Automotive Service Technician (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 12 February 2018
Mr.Lube has a lot to teach their employees but mistreat them a lot and lie to them about opportunities a lot managers are good at being technicians but have horrible management skills and experience bonus is taken away over simple things like being two minutes late to work. Co-workers are ok some are lazy and don't care about their work some put an effort in their work most are power hungry.
Enjoyed the job just disagree with some of the practices.
Supervisor & Safety Rep (Former Employee) – London, ON – 2 February 2018
I personally loved working on cars and guiding my team towards success for the company and for themselves however being let go because i am an honest person i feel is wrong. I will not run the company down but i will not reccomend others to work there. Least within the three london locations who are all run by the same owner.
Sales Advisor (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 20 January 2018
My first real sales/customer service job. I learned a ton of knowledge on service of vehicles as well as organization. This job really was a very good tool in helping me shape up for my future jobs. Hands on learning and awesome experience.
great work place if you like sales andripping people off
Tire and Lube Technician & Service Advisor (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 16 January 2018
great place to work at if you enjoy working on cars. not such a great place if you are an honest person that don't like ripping people off. store manager constantly hounding you to up sell more customers so they can meet there quota...
Fun place to work if you like very basic mechanics
Tire Technician & Bay Tech (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 15 January 2018
Management is very kind at the location I worked at on Clyde/baseline Ottawa ON. The job is very fast paced, too much sometimes in my Opinion especially when dealing with something as delicate as oil changes and car health. How ever that is one of the selling feature and what makes Mr lube competitive in the oil change industry.
Lot Customer Service Attendance (Former Employee) – Ajax, ON – 11 December 2017
I learned about customer service and much more. Mr. Lube was an ok experience but had its downsides. My job would be mostly outside most of the time which can be a hassle when the weather conditions are bad.
Lube technician (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 29 November 2017
While working at Mr. Lube, i noticed it was fast paced and there are always new things to learn. Management can be good depending which store you're working at. Hardest part of the job would be doing full vehicle services in a timely manner.
Great place to work and do engine oil and filter, transmission oil and filter, differential oil service, tire change rotation , balancing and puncture
Service Technician (Former Employee) – Whitby, ON – 22 November 2017
Great entry level 310S work related job functions, in terms of experience and exposure to clients, day to day automotive service of sedans, SUVs and small trucks. Learnt how to reset oil service interval light indicator for traditionally encountered motor vehicles that routinely travel on QEW and all other Canadian road ways
Flexible hours, readily available equipment and manage support
Nothing is perfect..so made the best of challenging situations
Upper Sales Technician (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 6 November 2017
its all upselling. your trying to keep a ticket all day long and it only takes 3 or 4 bad cars in a row to ruin a 2 week long struggle of trying to make your commission. if youre a woman youll do great. charm em
Horrible place to work for. They can't keep employees for very long. Shifts very from 5-10 hours which you don't get paid overtime for unless you go over 60h. Only time you get a break is if there isn't any cars, so you miss lunch often on 10h days or on Sunday. You will need to have $118.00 in sales on every car or get yelled at or hours cut. The job is all about up selling.
Sports ticket draw, free coffee
No set breaks, not paid overtime unless over 60h, up selling products or services not needed, horrible managment.
SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 15 October 2017
Poor management and don't care about staff. All day and everyday were pushed to make sales and be unfaithful to customers. If the daily sales was not reached the staff would get low marks for the commission system.
Auto Mechanic Technician (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 12 October 2017
-supervisor, manager, and co-workers very helpful at teaching the trade. -supervisor very understanding of personal situation and working schedule. -very grateful for everything that they have taught me and gave me the oppurtunity to work.
Being a tire tech and running my own bay was great, it's where I learned how to patch a tire and how to work with tires. When I started there the guy who trained me was amazing at his job and trained me well.