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One of the best company to work for at the dealer level as well at the manufacture level, a real family atmosphere, respectful and appreciative! I would strongly recommend.
Friendly atmosphere, team environment
Dead end job. I was treated like a dog there. Volvo Group is run by Corporate America....Volvo Canada has to bend the knee to whatever Volvo U S. says. No company functions...and now everyone is losing their job as they are moving to Toronto in a few months. I wasted 9 years of my life here and can't regret it enough.
Decent wage for warehouse work
A list too long to make. New manager is a tyrant with a chip on her shoulder.
As a lot attendant, everyday is relatively different, as each department may require your help with a variety of jobs. Following a fast-paced schedule, working for Volvo has been nothing but by pleasant, with great coworkers and amazing management.
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Great place to work for those who strive to be at the top of their game and continuously train and improve their skills. Very talented mechanics who can quickly diagnose and repair any vehicle complaint that comes their way. All mechanics work together to support each others growth. Overall, it's a good place to work.
Volvo makes a great car and offers a great place to work at their dealers. Fun, well treated, and appreciated. More than I can say for those big corporate companies who own many dealers where you are just a number. Volvo dealers take care of the employees because they take care of the customers.
Working at Volvo is a great experience, it truly is like having a second family. The staff are so friendly, the salesmen help each other out instead of trying to compete for customers. Having this culture is truly why I believe we are the #1 Volvo dealership in all of Canada.
My typical day was writing up work orders for every truck that came in for repairs and upon completion of repairs I would close work orders and collect money or put on account. Hardest part of the job was being that I was not a mechanic so I relied on my mechanics to assist me on difficult work orders. The enjoyable piece of the job was the folks I worked with and the customers that came in.