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11 days ago

Sales Manager New Vehicles Mercedes Benz

AutoNation Naperville, IL

The Sales Manager has the opportunity to lead a sales team to create an exceptional experience for customers. This role is responsible for selecting… Snagajob


15 days ago

Parts Sales Associate Retail Ford Lincoln Orange Park

AutoNation Jacksonville, FL

The Parts Retail Sales Associate position has the opportunity to interact with hundreds of customers to assist them in purchasing automotive parts… Snagajob


19 days ago

Service Technician AutoNation Dealerships

AutoNation Denver, CO

The Service Technician performs vehicle repair and maintenance as assigned in accordance with… Snagajob


5 days ago

Service Appointment Coord. AutoNation Ford

AutoNation Miami, FL

The service appointment coordinator receives all incoming service calls, establishes relationships with the customers and schedules appointments for… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Painters Helper

AutoNation Austin, TX

The Painter's Helper prepares repaired vehicles for refinishing and assist painters with their work. Who Would I Interact With? This position… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Service Booker\Closer Ford

AutoNation Miami, FL

The Service Booker is responsible for obtaining service sales quota, ensuring repairs are complete, closing repair orders, and carrying out… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Sales Associate New Vehicles Nissan

AutoNation Memphis, TN

The Sales Associate has the opportunity to interact with hundreds of customers to help guide them in their vehicle purchase. This could be through an… Snagajob


22 days ago

Service Cashier\Administrator

AutoNation Austin, TX

The Service Cashier/Administrator is responsible for processing payments for work completed or purchase of parts requests, proper reconciliation of… Snagajob


11 days ago

AutoNation Honda is Hiring Sales Associates! (Salary plus commission pay plan)

AutoNation Lewisville, TX

Job Location: 601 Waters Ridge, Lewisville, TX, 75057We're AutoNation - America's largest automotive retailer from coast to coast, with over… Snagajob


1 day ago

Parts Shipping\Receiving Assoc Honda – new

AutoNation Las Vegas, NV

The Parts Shipping and Receiving Associate verifies and keeps records on incoming and outgoing shipments and prepares items for shipment. Assures… Snagajob


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    Pay Sucks!!!

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    Former Employee - Sales Consultant  in  Tampa, FL (US)
    Former Employee - Sales Consultant in Tampa, FL (US)

    I worked at AutoNation full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Good inventory, nice facility. As with any organization the worker bees are usually nice to work with, but as usual you always get a few incompetent managers that ruin the overall work environment.

    Cons

    Pay is horrible, over 50% of sales staff are making around minimum wage for 50 to 65 hours a week (6 day/wk schedule). Pay is based on a percentage of the gross profit, but these days the gross is so low you end up with a "mini" (usually $50 to $200 depending on which dealership you work at). Only money to be made is selling used cars. The corporate bean counters have made sure that only a few will slip thru and make a decent living, and the rest will get paid as little as they can get away with.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Provide some pay equity. Why should CEO Mike Jackson make $30+ Million, and his two underlings make $15+ Million per year and the sales staff (the people that move the product that's responsible for the future of the dealership) get to sweep up the crumbs !?! It's because of companies and Executive Management like this that the United States is in a downward spiral !

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