- Snap On Tools (Crystal Lake, IL / United States)15.Nov 2017
Suggestions for improvement
- The supervisors are in too many meetings and not around much to ask questions too.
The business is run like a "good old boys club". The people that have been there for decades always circle the wagons and protect each other.
They put you on the street with little or hardly any training. It is up to you to learn how things work. When things go wrong, it is up to you to figure out how to fix them. In 5 years of employment I had 4 different immediate supervisors, they keep adding more inept managers to the top of the pile to try to solve their problems, but this just makes things worse.
In fact what they do not tell you is that you will be competing with other branches of the same company. You sell a line of product "exclusive" to you, however they take the same exact product and allow several other entities to sell against you in your own "protected" territory.