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Not a professional company. Management and corporate head office are out of touch to their hard working employees. Don’t expect to get treated fair in this company.

Answered 18 June 2019

Benefits are pretty good. Con of paying into your benefit plan however means that service techs that are always at school completely levels of their apprenticeship are laid off my RME, so not technically working for RME, they erase them from their system even if they are just gone for 4 weeks - but are still expected to pay upwards for $200 biweekly as if they were collecting a proper income. Don’t worry though, they now accept e-transfers.

Answered 14 March 2019

There is such low morale in every building. At nearly ever dealer location, every department is frustrated with upper management and their unrealistic expectations and standard operation demands. Upper management is so far disconnected from the retail aspect of customer service that dealer employees are in an uncomfortable position everyday they come to work.

Answered 14 March 2019

If you want to work there dress normal, and be honest like every other place you interview at

Answered 12 February 2020

I was hired from mexico via internet

Answered 10 October 2017

There are some things that would improve the communication cycle

Answered 2 March 2020

8 in Winter months. 8-10 in Spring to Fall

Answered 13 March 2019
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