Service Advisor / Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 19 April 2016
Typical day Dealing with customer is an enjoying. People are friendly and understanding for the most part. I learned a lot about tires while I was there and the importance of why we need to use the proper tires for our everyday driving. Management was good. The gentlemen that I work with were kind and the techs were good to understand my learning curve I had to deal with. Hardest part about the job was learning the programs in such a short time and having minimal training. My boss made it enjoyable to work there and as glad for the experience
Good Pay, Friend;y people and good tech
Not understanding of someones situation if something came up.
Automotive Technician Co-op (Former Employee) – Barrie, ON – 24 October 2015
Beverly Tire was my first co-op in high school. It was in the technician side of the industry as that is how I got into the industry. I learned a lot about how the shop, technicians, and how the vehicles work. The employees I worked with were very helpful in my learning of vehicles.
Diverse work environment with highly trained techs.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 12 February 2015
Typical work day included solving logistical issues and in the end supplying superior customer service with great attention paid to detail and integrity. I learned that no matter how hard you try in this industry, you cannot please everyone all the time. I enjoyed my daily interactions with the customers and making them happy, the hardest part of the job was dealing with the heavily laden corporate dogma that got in the way of seemless service at times. Co-workers were great!
Semi good benefits...certain amount of autonomy.
Heavy handed ways of multi-layered upper management.
Automotive Installer (Current Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 13 July 2014
A typical work day consists of working on customer vehicles in a time efficient manner, using safe work methods. Keeping the shop as safe and tidy as possible for myself and, my co-workers. Counting any necessary stock items coming into the shop at any given time throughout the day
Automotive Mechanic Assistant (co-op) (Former Employee) – Barrie, ON – 27 March 2013
Checking in is a must to make sure the company isn't blame for actions they didn't commit to, i working on various cars and trucks big and small. I have learned how to safely place a car on a lifted to secure the car and learned how to change gas filters, oil, tire pressure.Management was okay no body complain unless your late, coworkers are fun to be around. Taking out tires and wheels during delivery and taking tires of trucks,learning from people who done it longer makes you wounder how they maintain such good work ethic.
they love new comers
if you don't pay attention alot this is not for you