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I would recommend if you want a job to get you started or a job you want to move up in the management isnt bad there may be a bad apple or two but nothing terrible
1 hr lunch
Work alot especially when someone calls off
They do not compensate well for the work they expect. Expected to put on parts for customers no matter what the weather conditions are. Constantly reminded of being to abrasive to customers no matter how the customer treats you.
Lucky to get a break during your shift
Worked there close to 2 years and went from part time closer to full time RSS. In that time, pay has been minimum wage the entire time. When the store is staffed work goes alright but when its not staffed, part time sometimes had to work close to 55 hours in a week. Be careful of who your manager or coworkers are, they can make or break your experience.
Discount, coworkers, customers
Pay, workload, no movement
If terrible pay is your thing apply to work there! Not much good to say about the Walmart of Automotive parts! Upper management only care about their bonuses at YOUR EXPENSE.
There are none
Pay......benefits.........double tier markup long list
I worked my way from part time closer to assistant manager in about a year. While at first I was motivated that quickly faded as I felt I was ran into the ground for a peanuts. Culture and moral depends on your store manager and district manager, too bad there's a lot of terrible people in management. I also way grossly under paid for my position ($10.50) and performance and they justified with "they'll give me more when I prove I can do the position" even though my numbers were some of the best in the country to begin with it.
Pay, upper management, customers
The only thing I wish is I could have started working for O'Reilly sooner it's a cool job deal with all kinds of people I have all kinds of cool things to sell that help people and that's what I provide customer service and helping people but to anyone that is looking for a career I highly advise to try to get in with O'Reilly couldn't really ask for anything better
Dealing with the
Not having the part to help people
I've worked at two separate O'Reillys over the course of about a year (I was transferred to open up a new location)The initial location was a fantastic job if a little bit underpayed.But it was never boring, and even the bad days could still turn out decent given I had a decent crew.But the second I moved stores things started falling apart at the seams. Management became absolutely worthless, coworkers went from helpful to willing to blame you for their mistakes, and in general chaos was unleashed.If you have a crew you know about that works well, I highly encourage you to join! It's fun, and obviously if you enjoy cars it's got fantastic discounts and a wealth of knowledge to be learned (plus you can earn your ASC cert. From two years working there)Part time is always fairly flexible assuming your manager is good, and while customers run the gamete from the dregs of society to your best buddy, it'll never be boring.
Great discounts, decent hours, flexible schedule (depending on manager)
Quality of job varies heavily, low pay, corrupt management (in some locations)
The job is easy. The pay is pathetic, the benefits are expensive and not comprehensive. Now they force an IRA deduction on you. Stores and parking need attention. Most employees work there because it's easy to sit around and just talk to customers all day. Expecting others to work.
Free food from our MGR
Everything else pretty much