Operative (Current Employee) – Tamworth, Staffordshire – 13 August 2018
If you want to work somewhere where hard work is punished then please apply. Do not work here if you want to be rewarded for a good job. If your face does not fit then you are not going to get anywhere. The managers are only interested in their friends and themselves. Not a good place to work. you get trained to do a job then you go and do your job and then they change your department. Too many managers out for themselves. Also you only get a 30 minute break for 9 hour shifts.
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Bristol – 17 August 2018
Overall was a poor workplace bad management bad health and safety I have photos to prove this and your job was never safe they would sack you as quick as they hire you I would not suggest getting a job there
Administrator (Former Employee) – Wembley, Greater London – 14 August 2018
This place is for sure a nightmare!!! Racist people specially the Muslim and Indians who Working there. They don't know how to treat people, Also is always a favouritism in special for this people. Job is a JOKE!! My advice if you don't want get seek don't working here.
Bulling people, Worst salary, Racism if you are not Indian our Muslin, Worst manager ever
Hard company to work for, they certainly want their pound of flesh.
Sales Adviser (Former Employee) – Weymouth – 9 August 2018
Well, euros was an experience, the hours are long and if very busy, they go quick, however, get a bad day and management are very very ansty at getting you to hit targets.
Due to the amount of managers in the depots, it quickly becomes too many chiefs and not enough Indians, also its obviously down to what manager you have as to how you find yours, in five or so managers I had at my time there I could only rate two of them in high regard.
pay is good if you get in at the right time or from outside.
long hours, lack of flexibility, lunch breaks are frowned upon.
Car Parts Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Norwich – 2 August 2018
The workplace is ok and job requirements and all, but they could improve the technology they use, the cars they use rarely get upgraded, the salary could be a bit higher than minimum waige to stimulate work and the biggest problem is that they don't give the breaks at a regular time, you can even work for up to 6 hours until you are allowed to have your break, which is very bad. I guess overall the job is fine and I got a full time contract also.
Bank driver (Current Employee) – Cheshire – 19 July 2018
I enjoy working here as a bank driver as it gives me the chance to search for and attend job interviews for what i would like to do.the staff and management are great to get on with.The number of hours have been cut to all bank drivers so am looking for something else, other than that i enjoy the job.
Sales Manager (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 5 June 2018
If you out of work than its place for you, they would take any one of the streets... If you want to have no life then it's a place for you. If you want to be disrespected than it's a place for you, you can do hundreds of jobs at the same time but it's still not enough incredible stuff turnover
Delivery Car (Former Employee) – Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire – 25 May 2018
Never go back Euro Car parts again! There very poor manner and discrimination! Very slow delivery and too many Customers are complain to driver for being late but blame to Euro running very poor!!! The wages is not good and never get any bonus and no break no pay due short staffs!!! You will work on sat every for every 2 weeks rota there same basic hours not overtime and Be ware to you all about Euro can gave you unhealthy happy!!!
Warehouse Assistant (Former Employee) – Harrow – 2 May 2018
eurocarparts is quite alright to work with an staff that knows how to appreciate you. the salary you would expect to get higher by the years and the days of holiday was hard to get when yku actually needed them.
Kpi and sales lead business, overall good place to work
General Manager (Former Employee) – Belfast, County Antrim – 20 April 2018
This is not for 9-5 workers. Management teams in this business are well rewarded and line level colleagues are plafed under extreme pressure. If you are a retail manager who likes leading sales and KPIs then this is the role for you. A great salary and bonus to keep you and the family happy.
doing your order same as any other night at work, i learned my voice picking skills at euro car parts they have a brillant mangement they keep the warehouse clean and tidy the hardest part of the job was the quickness of the job i am hoping to work there full time not agency
Sales Advisor (Former Employee) – Durham – 7 April 2018
If you don't mind working long hours in a very sales orientated job, then this is the place to go. A very sales orientated environment. A company that pays well and rewards well for achieving targets. Plenty of areas to progress in too..
Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Tamowrth – 26 February 2018
Put 5 years of my life into Euro long hours no breaks but was never enough. Higher management sit in there ivory tower living in a perfect world on there 60k plus salary. As a manager my self at Euro like the others I got shafted as I stuck up for workers avoid like the plague
N/A (Current Employee) – South East London, Greater London – 30 January 2018
get the right manager great place to work, get wrong manager -need I say more flexible working, Don't cover your holiday. so mess when come back have to cover everyone else - no extra pay management and above need to learn to give more carrot less stick