Working at Automotive

3.4
Overall Satisfaction
Manager Relationship
3.8
Manager Communication
3.6
Appreciation
3.2
Learning and Development
3.4
Company Outlook
3.7
Fair Pay
2.7
Pay Transparency
2.7
United States (change)

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How do employees review their experience at Automotive?

Overall, employees review their satisfaction with Automotive as 3.4 out of 5. Automotive earns the highest marks for Manager Relationship with a score of 3.8 out of 5. Conversely, employees rate the company lowest for Fair Pay, giving it 2.7 out of 5 in this area. Our research shows that Company Outlook and Appreciation are the main drivers of employee satisfaction generally, suggesting that Automotive, with scores of 3.2 and 3.7 respectively, should have higher overall employee satisfaction and lower rates of turnover. Learn More

Automotive Reviews

Q: What is it like working at Automotive?

Contract Specialist:
I really enjoy the environment and how Cox likes to give back to the community. The culture is about helping each other as well as the community. Benefits are good but, a little on the high side when it comes to the deductible. Compensation is a little low when compared to other city and states with the same leaving economics.

Automotive Service Technician / Mechanic in Covina:
"Automotive work is hard work but I love it."
Pros: Trouble shooting and getting it right
Cons: If I am pressured

Service Manager Automotive in Collierville:
"Adapting to an evolving industry."
Pros: Finding problems and educating customers on the failures.
Cons: Long hours

Automotive Technician in Charlotte:
"Rewarding and hectic."
Pros: Able to satisfy customers issues with there vehicles and knowing we did it honestly.
Cons: Trying to stay on top of the demands of the everyday consumer and vehicle technology.

Automotive Service Technician / Mechanic in South Euclid:
"Mechanics Are Exploited."
Pros: Nothing like fixing the most challenging job to really give you a sense of accomplishment. I look forward to it to keep me on the front line of my trade.
Cons: After performing top notch repairs time and again and proving my worth it just gets expected and never appreciated, in dollar terms. Employers are always looking for "qualified techs" but when they get one they don't want to pay and consistently try to de-value your performance to justify their greed.

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