Fleet Lease Coordinator (Former Employee) – Dulles, VA – 2 February 2015
As cars were delivered to Adesa, they are split up between the reps by their case load. We would check our cases for new arrivals daily. Once they come in we needed to send them to service and have them inspected. If there are any cars that are damaged, we send them up for repairs so they can be ready for the auction which happens weekly.
Dealer Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Manville, NJ – 18 February 2019
What you make it not terrible but alot of work not enough money. I think we certainly should get paid starting with more money. There's alot of hype in the beginning but the money doesn't equate to the amount of work you do.
Staff super friendly On job training was not very good
Commercial Account Rep (Former Employee) – Leduc, AB – 14 February 2019
The position I had there was multiple of things to remember and to do and I feel like i was been pressured all the time to do things faster my trainer kept making me feel like i was not progressing fast enough.
Service Vehicle (Former Employee) – Rio Linda, CA – 13 February 2019
Oh sure, you can show up for work and get paid. But the managerial culture is primitive and backwards. They routinely send people to do dangerous jobs that they are not trained for and don't get paid for. It can take years to get the promised raise that goes along with the added responsibility and risk. Additionally they take very poor care of the cars in their care. The detail shops and the lot crews and even shady dealers do a fair amount of damage to the cars along the way, and it often leads to operational complications that require extra manpower to resolve.
Clerk (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 February 2019
The person who was suppose to train me for the job was setting me up for failure. I was let go after 3 days even though I did everything I was asked to do. I don't feel bad since it was a chance for me to find a way better job which I love.
Was a good place to work, but now you just need to "get your stuff done"
Architect (Former Employee) – Carmel, IN – 29 January 2019
There is a lot of variability between groups. Depending on the group you work in, you may have a flexible work schedule. Not all groups have flexible work weeks. There are a lot of great people that work there, but that is also changing as the culture was good but not it's about "just get your work done and don't ask questions".
Good employee perks, on-site benefits - especially with the new building.
New management is having an a destructive effect on the culture.
overall great life/work balance culture, cares for employees
DEALER SERVICE SPECIALIST II (Former Employee) – Carmel, IN – 14 January 2019
The company is progressive for it's market. They stay involved in employee satisfaction and work/life balance. The managers for each department vary greatly in terms of management styles. Research thoroughly before accepting position from hiring manager.
Data Analyst (Current Employee) – Carmel, IN – 8 January 2019
Benefits were good, especially PTO (23 days not including holidays). Overall environment was not conducive in fostering young women in the workplace. Men in management outweighed women in management by 5:1 in my department. Male managers were very cliquey and there was the atmosphere of a “boy’s club.” Managers will say they will provide training to develop you but never follow through on their word, even when prompted with multiple reminders.
Clerk (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – 6 January 2019
Very horrible place to work lack of management. Very cutthroat job the general manager is the absolute worst person to ever run the place. The management plays favorites there’s no career advancement at all. The pay is terrible considering the high cost of living in Austin Texas. There’s temp workers making more money in full-time employees. Just the overall morale there is absolutely terrible everyone feels get there to watch over their shoulder for the fear of being fired. So in short no job security, horrible pay, lack of management, no career advancement, no employee respect, terrible place to work.
Reconditioning Associate (Current Employee) – New Stanton, PA – 3 January 2019
Great place to work if you can get pass the managers that talk down on your for a mess up or even a family emergency you still get talked down on or cussed out. The co workers are a mixed group of nice and terrible people. There is definitely favoritism with people. The benefits are good enough to partially tolerate the terrible management skills of most of the managers. If you love working with cars it’s great. Not for sensitive people because managers WILL beat you down mentally and emotionally
Stressful due to unsafe equipment required to operate
Loader Operator (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – 26 December 2018
Loader Operator, Management did not listen to issue with unsafe equipment and that not up to OSHA Code. Would have been a good place to work for if they would have kept their equipment up to OSHA code and not have to operate under unsafe conditions.
Field Representative (Current Employee) – Carmel, IN – 20 December 2018
If you love cars,this job is for you, If you love traveling ,this job is for you, If you love customer service,this job is for you, I have been working with this company for over 3 years, and I love working for this company.Geat benefits, work schedule and pay.