Training And wage with the tech grading system and the staff discount in the retail store and autocentre. Days of during the week every fortnight
Not enough staff in centres. Always expected to do over time or ship u around other centres. Managers ain't got a clue, being a good mechanic doesn't make u a good manager. Managers only care about figures but don't realise one 2 techanicans can't do 5 people's amount of work. Equipment are terrible. The obd scanners r cheap and crap
Advice to Management
Invest in better equipment. Get more staff
I applied online. I interviewed at Halfords (Uxbridge, England) in October 2017.
Applied online, got a telephone interview within 4 days. I was the invited to an interview. This was with two store managers, they were friendly and made me feel comfortable. Firstly we discussed my experience and why I wanted to apply for Halfords. Then we moved onto the SWOT they asked me to prepare. Finally I had to do a role play situation in which I had to give the team a daily brief (they gave me info/figs/kpi's on a piece of paper to work with) the two managers were the staff. It was quite enjoyable if not alittle nerve racking. Overall the experience was a good one! The managers were both professional and knew their stuff!
Let us know if we're missing any workplace or industry recognition –