Sherwood Buick GMC Employee Reviews
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I really hope things have changed here since my experience 3 years ago but this was by for the most stressful job I have ever had. The constant fighting between service and parts cause me to leave. The managers individually were fine but all they ever did was fight amongst themselves and bring their employees down with them. These people were fighting over parking. PARKING!!!
great place to work, great staff and managment, everyone is really friendly and easy to get along with, great place to be if your just getting into sales or looking for a long term place to work, everyone from the dealer principal to lot guys are really nice and easy to get along with
I would compare it to a salt mine. Forced to sell at inflated pricing. Minimal training, no support, sink or swim. Don't disagree with the sales or service department, they are right, parts is wrong. Felt like every one was playing by ear.
Lack of guidence.
During sales meetings and conversations with management, this constant and recurring idea was to screw over the customer as much as possible. A lot of the staff adapted this mentality as well.
A typical day at work, I answer phone calls, any customers coming into the dealership. I'm constantly doing something, often I'm also getting quotes for customers whether it be parts or service.
Great work place, great staff
really awesome people work here however sales is definitely not a job for everyone you need to be very motivated and be able to work 12 hours a day for 6 days a week for a few years if this is the career you want
you controle your paycheck
to make money you need to work many hours and come in on most of your days off
Work included recommended and performing maintenance, warranty and general repairs on many types of vehicles. There was much to learn about the automotive trade including mechanical and electrical functions in cars, the use of various tools as well as troubleshooting and repair diagnosis. The company is run by a conglomerate, and management generally follows the hands-off approach. My coworkers included students, journeymen and apprentice mechanics, salesmen and administrative employees. The most difficult part of the job is transitioning to a full-time role that suits my education, my experience and my career goals. I very much enjoyed spending my days helping customers solve concerns, fixing problems and practicing one of my hobbies for a living.
Monthly employee events, flexibility, much to learn
Demanding work in difficult conditions, subpar benefits and few career opportunities