You have an employee at the Texarkana store that constantly stays on his phone while out making deliveries. He uses a Bluetooth headset so people think he's not on his phone. But he's constantly on it from the time he clocks in until the time he clocks out. Isn't it against company policy no employee should be on their phones on company time? He has almost caused accidents due to being on his phone and he's on the phone when he delivers parts to your customers. If you cannot take care of this, I will take my business elsewhere. He acts like his phone conversations are more important than his job. He's kinda tall, chunky, brown hair, blue eyes, and rude as can be. If he can't do his job then he needs to find him something else to do. He is going to cost you all of your business. He always smells like sweat also. Like he doesn't take a bath. I can't have him delivering parts for me looking and smelling like that! Please take care of this matter before you lose more business. Thank you!
It appears the company does not care about this at all. Probably related to owned/manager and he has different standards than the employees who work hard every day
Dealing with the team in Tulsa is a blessing. Jimmy especially is adept at locating and sending the correct parts. He never seems to mind looking up details to assure the right fitment the first time. Keep up the good work.
Cancel my acc 632019. The man you have in charge of the store in Danville Ar is rude and I have been ignored for the last time. I'll take my business to another parts store.