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Kendall Auto Group Reviews

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25 Employee Reviews

Great People, Great Dealerships

I have been working at Kendall Auto Group full-time (More than 8 years)

nothing negative to say about Kendall

Advice to Management

Great energy in these stores! Keep that #1

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Kendall Auto Group Response

Executive Team is arrogant and heartless

I have been working at Kendall Auto Group full-time

Employees are great but are underpaid and undervalued

Your opinions do not matter

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Kendall Auto Group Response

No regard for your time, skill, or effort

I have been working at Kendall Auto Group full-time (More than 3 years)

You can make decent money if you don t take your lunches, and sacrifice time with your family and come in every day.

Management is verbally abusive. HR doesn t care even after multiple complaints from many employees. After record sales years, Kendall continues to try and find ways to cut our pay knowing that our hard work is what is driving these record numbers. No base wage; commission only. No regard whatsoever for your family or home life. The only way to succeed here is to devote all of your time to work and not take any weekends. If you EVER call in sick, prepare to be berated over the legitimacy of your sick day. Everything Kendall tells you at the time of hiring is false. They don t care about you; you re just a disposable employee that is easily replaceable. They don t care about anything but profit.

Advice to Management

Understand the value of taking time off with your family. Understand that sick days are important in order to be healthy and happy at work. Fight for your employees instead of just watching them get their paychecks eviscerated by Kendall. Stop yelling at your employees, and try to maintain a higher level of professionalism.


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