"Have been there 12 years and as the minimum wage keeps rising, the rest of us get screwed. Some guy with 1 year in just transferred and makes $5 an hour more than I do."
"As a red shirt this company is fine. Move into management and they give you the shaft. They do not compensate existing wages when mandatory wages are increased (in other words everyone who has been working there takes a pay cut) They demand, demand, demand so they can get bonuses that no one actually earning the money ever sees and, quite frankly, I encountered less stress when I worked in a jail turning keys to cells of those who were out to injure me. I would never recommend this as a permanent employer. Typical corporate slave drivers."
"I've been with Autozone for 3 years now. I would think when I got promoted my pay increase got me to 11 per hour, and there's people I work with getting more than me that aren't managers and haven't been with Autozone as long as me. I like Autozone a lot but I feel like discrimination is still very bad in the corporate world. The big bosses don't care about our pay but want us small guys to sell the hell out their products so they can get bonuses. I don't get a bonus so I'm always looking for a better job but it's hard being a black man, no lie."
"I've worked in Autozone distribution since 2004. I believe on three things to be successful as a company: safety, accuracy and productions. Autozone have 8 distribution across the nation with over 5000 stores and 500 hourly employees in Ontario California distribution."
"Autozone is an excellent place to start as a job, pay is usually above minimum wage and can be an enjoyable experience. I do not recommend working there for more than two years as a red shirt. If you haven't become a grey shirt in less then a year and half, you should plan on searching for a new job."
"Great solid company, but it might be handicapped by the lack of future vision and the thrift culture."
"Nice company to work and learn.Very lean as far as management is concerned.Hence good opportunity to grow."
"Did not like the false promises and micromanaging. District Manager cannot make his own executive decisions. He often contradicts himself. Did not give me a chance to run my own store. I have 5 years experience running a retail parts store and kept me jumping from one department to another. Very low pay. Biggest career mistake of my life. Waste of time."
"I have worked for this company for over two years."
"I've worked for Autozone since 2013. This job presents a unique and challenging sales atmosphere, that constantly makes you grow and change to serve your customers as best you can. This job can be difficult at times, but it is immensely rewarding to see your customer leave satisfied that their issues have been solved."
"The job is store by store so each store experience is different, in my store the people are good, the supervisor is great, but the pay for doing your job sucks, no matter how well you do it."
"It paid for my expenses while I attended University."
"I have over fifteen years of experience working as a manager in the customer service field; I have experience in operations and leading my team to excellent client support."
"The job is easy and fun, but the pay is very low with pay hikes few and far between."
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