"I worked with O'Reilly Auto Parts during the summer of 2018, and the following summer of 2019. This company benefitted me in adding to my skills of providing the best customer service and experience, as well as gaining knowledge in automobiles which is an essence to modern society. In addition, I worked well with my colleagues and built long-lasting relationships with the people I worked with, I will forever be thankful to the Gardena, California O'Reilly Auto Parts store for providing me with a welcoming work environment."
"good job, competitive pay with some room for growth if you know who to talk to and how to approach them."
"I love working for Oreillys. I just wish the pay was better."
"O'Reilly is a good company to work for."
"Development teams are hindered by aging technology and a lack of senior staff. Those that are seniors are usually too busy to guide others. Department leadership does the best they can but corporate leadership has overly aggressive cost control measures in place. Many projects seem redundant."
"I have worked for O’Reilly Auto Parts for 2+ years now. I work in the order processing department. It is a very busy place to work and it is a work until you are done place. Some days it is 8 hours, some 10, some 12+. That is something anyone who wants to work there will have to get use to."
"Very stable company no matter how bad the economy is going."
"My experience with O'Reilly's has been mixed. Supervisors have generally been nice and understanding, but other team members are a different story, Constantly criticized for the smallest mistake and being tracked down to the minute every single day, by people who are not even above you in the chain of command. I'm not sure if other departments are like this but this one certainly is."
"I've worked with O'Reilly Auto parts for about 3 years. It is a relatively easy job, but it does offer it's day to day challenges."
"I have worked with O'Reilly Auto Parts for more than two years. I spent my first 18 months learning the parts system and building customer relations while increasing my knowledge of automotive maintenance and repair. Since my promotion to Assistant Store Manager, I have been the leader in retail sales and established a loyal customer base while encouraging my team members to do the same."
"Would not recommend working here. There is no flexibility allowed on productivity. The warehouse manager is very arrogant and treats everyone as if they have no brains including his lower management team. The only way to get promoted is to be a yes man. Turnover is high because of the deception when they hire you."
"I have worked for O'Reilly's since early this year. I loved the job, and meeting the people and learning a lot about car parts. Quit because unequal opportunity and rudeness due to being a female."
"Worst company ever. They overwork everyone from the store manager up. They set unrealistic goals and expectations, do not supply you with the tools to succeed, and then hammer you for not getting things done. They are more concerned about their investors than anything else. Their people are just cogs in a machine, use them until they wear out and then find another."
"It's cool for part time."
"Poor upper management. Long hours averaging 60 hours per week. Alternating 5 and 6 day work week. Short staffed. Unrealistic expectations. Compensation not more than minimum wage if you calculate the hours worked at $40K Salary. Not time for family."
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