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48 English questions out of 48

26 September 2020

Does Copart offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Great benefits package and pay

Cons

Long work hrs management issues

Great benefits package and pay

26 September 2020

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9 February 2021

Does Copart offer dental insurance?

Pros

Good dental insurance, good employee stock plans

Cons

work-life balance not really good

Good dental insurance, good employee stock plans

9 February 2021

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22 June 2021

Does Copart offer parental leave?

Pros

Abundance Learning Experience working on integrated projects

Cons

They don't convert to Full time unless you work there as an intern for one whole year. No Maternity benefits.

Advice to Management

It would be nice if you shall consider converting interns to full timers who have worked for more than 6 months.

No Maternity benefits.

22 June 2021

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5 April 2022

Does Copart offer life insurance?

Pros

Great company , nice technical skills set. Work life balance, Great benefits, Good domain. Great working environment, long life career with a fast paced work.

Cons

No cons have been found.

Work life balance, Great benefits, Good domain.

5 April 2022

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26 May 2020

Does Copart offer malpractice insurance?

Pros

Good place to work if you are in a senior management role as they seem to be looked after

Cons

Constant abuse from the customers that haven't read the terms and conditions and are unaware of the Copart processes. Junior, inexperienced people in some senior roles, lack of direction and leadership from the senior team, very little interaction from leadership team. The company has developed a blame culture and they are always looking for someone to blame to protect their own position. The company bend over backwards to keep insurance companies happy but treat their buyers as second class people, they will exploit every opportunity to increase profits. Even taking the opportunity during the CV 19 pandemic. If you are going in at regional level or above then I think you'll enjoy it. Anything below this and I would really think twice. this was the worst career move that I could ever have made.

Advice to Management

Be more visible. tell your staff what the plan is and what part they play. Take a really close look at the performance and conduct of your regional managers, I believe they lack integrity, leadership skills and the ability to run a multi site business.

The company bend over backwards to keep insurance companies happy but treat their buyers as second class people, they will exploit every opportunity to increase profits.

26 May 2020

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