Evaluaciones generales en AutoZone
Management widely variable.
Depends who you get. There are lots of managers who really don't belong in management. Especially the ones who think it is okay to scream on the sales floor, steal from the safe, etc. Keep in mind, this is not everybody.
VentajasDiscounts, meet interesting people.
DesventajasSee above. Low pay, full-time is considered 32 hours.
Lots of work, very little pay
A typical day at work involves putting parts on the shelves, helping out customers and delivering parts to local shops and dealers if you're part of the commercial department. I learned a lot about cars and different components that get put on vehicles of all types. Management is quite strict, especially the District Manager, whose name I will not mention. Workplace culture consists of mostly high school and college aged kids, so it's mostly fun. The hardest part of the job was lifting heavy weights repeatedly with very little breaks, due to heavy work loads. The most enjoyable part of the job was driving long distances, sometimes for hours at a time.
VentajasCompany provided and maintained vehicles
DesventajasLots of work and very little financial reward
Easy to work with management team
Working here gives me a sense of belonging. I get along great with my coworkers and look forward to going to work everyday. My work is not hard so at the end of the day I still have energy
Inventory Manager | Addison, IL
| 10 de febrero de 2018
My time at Autozone
Having worked at Autozone for 11 yrs, my days were always busy and fulfilling. The employees there are great to work with, met some wonderful people. The hardest part of the job was when someone quit.
VentajasSometimes we would have a contest with the other Autozones in our District, if our store won, we would get free Autozone apparel.
DesventajasA customer arguing with you that they want to return an item, but it wasnt bought at Autozone
Easy place to work, but management is bad
Autozone is not a good place to work at, the life and balance is horrible, if you say you can’t make it that day you need to tell them 2 weeks prior or they will count it as a no show. I applied for mornings, but ended up doing both day and night. They have something called WITTDTJR (What It Takes To Do The Job Right) and if you don’t offer the little lube packets or bulb grease, they’ll get really upset. They even threatened to fire people if they don’t sell enough of those items and they keep track. For 10-11 bucks an hour, it’s not worth it. You’re better off working someplace where they respect you
Ventajas20% discount everything
DesventajasManagement, Angry Customers
A typical day at work
Working in a hub store is probably much different than working in the regular locations but a typical day in the hub is pretty interesting. As a Hub Specialist, my day begins with picking parts ordered by the 50+ stores we serviced so my drivers can deliver them in a timely fashion. After the first of three runs depart, the distribution center's daily truck delivery arrives and I begin assisting with stocking the parts our hub has just receive while directing my employees to continue picking ordered parts for the next runs. As my drivers return from the first run of deliveries, they bring in returns from the other stores. I direct these drivers to stock the parts they have just brought in while preparing to load the next run after all of the parts have been picked. Before ending my day, I must work on fulfilling customer orders from stores we do not service (from other regions and states) with FedEx through AutoZone's vendor direct program.
VentajasGreat health care benefits. Offers 401k, stock options, and paid time off. Plenty room for advancement.
DesventajasLow hourly pay. Learn by watching, not the best training.