"Worked in IT Support for a couple of years. Much longer than average for that department. Always had positive reviews on my performance, and was able to grind through the fact that the job was soul-killing. Looking back, they paid extremely poorly, and the supervisors' main concern was making sure 99% of your day was spent on phone calls, solving the same issues over and over, WHILE also helping users via online chat (Chats and phone calls at the same time, this was new in 2021 and made the job so much worse). Very little opportunity to advance from IT Support. I completed 2 degrees in my time there (which they denied reimbursement for), and STILL did not have an opportunity to get in a better department (and trust me, I applied for every opening in other departments as soon as I graduated.) Now that I have seen what a decent company is like, I would not advise any person to work for the corporate office, especially entry-level IT."
"You can’t expect professionalism in a job setting where employees are expendable. I received Min wage as a delivery driver and was required to purchase expensive work shirts and other clothing to meet their strict dress code. Experienced an unfriendly and hostile coworker. Very little training."
"Good health insurance, poor 401K match."
"truthfully speaking, I could’ve done certain things better. Life is short but looking back at it now I’ve been here for almost 2 years now, before that I was at Express from 18-23 that’s two jobs that I had that has given from experience to providing for myself. But as time passes I realized this is not a career it’s more of a JOB or a pit stop to our goals."
"good job, competitive pay with some room for growth if you know who to talk to and how to approach them."
"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."
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