- Chapman Chevrolet, LLC23.Dec 2015
Support from Management
It depends on your direct General Manager whether you have a good experience or bad working for the organization as a whole.
They do a great job of conducting regular well balance meetings and have as open door policy.
As with any company the communication is how well you communicate yourself. They are very open to ideas and suggestions.
As a woman I feel I had the same opportunities as men. However after five years of dedicated employment (putting my job in front of my family and young children) I became disabled, was fired and offered ZERO help or condolences. I didn't get a card or even a phone call to see how I was doing. I was fired after my FMLA ran out and if I was ever able to return I would have had to go through another interview and start completely over as a brand new employee with no sinarity. I would have had no vacation time and absolutely no garuntee of any kind of salary after five years of basically giving up my life to secure a fair compisation.