Marketing Executive (Former Employee) – Vienam – 12 August 2018
I learned a lot from professional top leader, process of how global company running business in developing countries with unstable of laws, integrity in working environment . Hardest part of the jobs and the most interesting part of the jobs is pressure from top management that push me over my limitation and know who I am and what I need to enhance in future path.
I really enjoyed the job but had no job security when I fell ill and was in hospital. The customers were difficult to please but that is what made the job a challenge. I found my team leader helpful and very supportive but other team members weren;
Sales Executive (Current Employee) – Norwich – 4 October 2016
Good Brand, but Robinsons fine sales staff constantly destroying sales teams morale. Could be such a great place to work but is let down by the people who have been there for such a long time and think it should be done in the same way as always. MB Norwich struggles to move with the times.
I went from school into my apprenticeship at Mercedes benz. the amount I learned over the 3 year period was amazing, not just becoming a qualified mechanic but people skills. I learned how to communicate properly with colleges and customers. my collegues were always helpful and friendly at all times and I truly enjoyed my time at Mercedes benz.
Work Assistant (Former Employee) – Reading – 4 July 2016
it is a very bussy place, i leaned how to work with others the people was very friendly they toght me a lot of things even thought i was only there for 5 days for my work experiend it was a very good expirend for me because i never been at a work place before the hard part was i was fasting while working which didnt help the most enjoyable think was i get to go on many diffrent cool cars for a spin after fixing the problem of the car for a test.
Workshop Supervisor (Current Employee) – Tamworth – 23 June 2016
I've thoroughly enjoyed working for Mercedes-Benz, it's been invaluable to me and given me a place to grow and develop. I'd recommend an apprenticeship with a company for anyone wanting to go into the motor trade.
Valeter (Former Employee) – Wakefield – 13 May 2016
i would start at 8 an i would sometimes work out on pitch washing an polishing cars an also in the valet bay cleaning inside of all makes an models i am very meticulous an have a keen eye for perfection
Apprentice Mechanic and Parts sales (Former Employee) – Stockport – 13 April 2016
Prioritising the sales department over Work shop, parts and after sales customer service had 4 different managers in the time I spent there all of which changing things the previous manager had in place so there was never a steady and stable working relationship between mechanics and parts sales with the manager
Team Leader (Current Employee) – Weybridge – 17 March 2016
Fast paced, varied and fun work environment where two days are never the same. I learnt to be multi-skilled and adaptable. Approachable management team with an open door policy. A highly skilled and professional team who takes pride in their job and are passionate about what they do. Being so busy that you cannot talk to everyone. Being surrounded by a great product in nice surroundings.