Delivery Specialist / Product Genius (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 May 2016
I enjoyed my time at BMW Toronto, it was unfortunate that I could not work there any longer.
For the position I was doing, it was under paid, with no chance of over time, which majority of the time you ended up doing because apparently "Nature of the business". Furthermore, General Managers felt like dragons breathing down your neck every time they walked pass. Not friendly.
My Sales managers (2/3), were epic. These guys were willing to go above and beyond to ensure operations and people are OK. Very friendly and respectable guys. The other manager not so much.
The people overall in the dealership were great. Fun, outgoing and excellent to work with. Some people are definitely masters at what they do and they do it with care.
You can't really complain in my position, you're driving very nice BMW's pretty much all day.
The hardest part of the job? Probably making sure that your vehicle delivery is ready and everything is prepped. The cross departmental communication sucks. It is a broken telephone, literally. Systems are constantly down and no one really cares in the service department because they're unionized.
I start work at BMW Toronto over a year ago, I started as Product Genius and Sales. Everybody work in the department are super friendly they don't give you a hard time unless you really mess up. helps always available from co-works, other sales, i felt really good work at this company. Yes, i work long hours and some time 6 days a week, but my pay is amazing. when you need helps they are always there. I am pretty happy with my income because i do work over 70 hours a week as sales. I would like to see myself grow into higher position jobs in this company.
Business Development Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 September 2014
A Typical workday at BMW Toronto would be that Id arrive, ready to work for promptly 9am. Being ready for work consists of being logged into the company computer, along with table telephone and company email server. Once logged in I am ready to commence sitting at attention for incoming calls from customers. Usually it was busiest during the morning hours. The management was always very cheerful and welcoming to help during times of need. The coworkers were equally as helpful and professional as it was a small work environment in which i enjoyed very much. The hardest part of the job would be balancing my work and personal life schedule as the work schedule consisted of long hours. For the most part I enjoyed my time at BMW Toronto.