Painter/Labourer (Former Employee) – Mississauga north – 31 January 2018
I was a painter at the Mississauga north location the manager is terrible not a good person they lie to customers they don't use the clear coats they say they do. They use very cheap clear coat I know I was forced to use it for the 2 years I was there. They pay very low . If you go there u should ask for them to show u the clear coat they use. U will be surprised it is really bad clear coat . They also dump all solvents in the garbage please at all cost do not go there . There r a lot better shops that r honest.
I learned a lot during my internship, it was nice to practice what i learned at school. Even tho there's a lot of pressure, it's not too bad considering that the accountant had a lot of experience and has been for a long time in the company.
Automotive Repairer/Painter (Former Employee) – Kenora, ON – 18 June 2017
Fix Auto is just a brand name for a shop. Every shop is different, Fix as brand is good seeming to want to raise the industry standards. The shop is entirely different, the shop I worked in would send employees home when work was slow and lay people off when the collision season was over and look for new employees when the season picked up.
wonderful work with great people, an understanding and mutual respect between all of us as well.
Car Detailer/ shop keeper (Former Employee) – Langley, BC – 13 June 2017
as long as I got the chance to work there, I was giving a great opportunity to learn a lot through the management system and the people in which whom I worked with, I was also givin lots of time to learn how to properly dispose of and clean industrial strength chemicals and gained a lot of muscle from the tasks I was given. I have a lt of respect for this company and use them as one of my main references.
learning opportunities, special occasion pizza lunches
Automotive Body Repair and Painting Technician (Former Employee) – Kenora, ON – 18 February 2017
Generally Fix Auto is a good company, but the shop I worked in was small scale with a low production rate. In small markets the industry is suseptable to work shortages and lay offs. This company was unwilling to accepted the losses from work shortages.
Stage (Former Employee) – Lachine, QC – 12 April 2014
i was only a stage but it was great. i learned a lot of things, like how to paint, and sand car parts. although you need a license someone went out of their way to show me how to weld. once you get to know a the people at a company like this you really end up enjoying the job, i had a great time!