- Hampton Roads Harley-Davidson, Inc.08.Dec 2015
No respect for the ones that would actually work. Family members won't loose their job even if they don't do their job. The ones that care and want to do good for the company, they don't want to listen to when anyone might suggest a good idea
Other employees weren't the problem most of the time
Overall compensation for your work
This company's payroll bonus levels sound great when you are being interviewed but it all is based on the customer's that are walking through the door that are spending money. The items are high dollar and with the internet and discounts they can get on line the customer comes in checks out the merchandise then go home and order online. Now if you can sell a lot and you make the weekly goals that are set for you the money can be good, but it is so inconsistent it's hard to live with.
It's hard to get time off approved. Can't make plans at night when it's closing time because of new bike sales will prevent employees from leaving but the manager can leave
Most of the employees talk bad about what is happening there but most of the time it's just to each other
Every week you were in risk of losing your job because of the pay structure
This type of job is not a good fit for anyone with disabilities. Heavy lifting and a lot of walking, climbing ladders etc.... Standing on hard concrete floors for 10-12 hours a day.
Suggestions for improvement
- Trying to talk to management is ok sometimes but they might tell you that you have a good idea then they never do anything about it.
What I like about the company
Great environment for the motorcycle enthusiasts
What I dislike about the company
Pay structure and equality
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyHampton Roads Harley-Davidson, Inc.
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2015