Here at the Pete Store, we reward hard workers that solve problems and get the job done. We always strive to recognize any employee contributions that improve company processes and set us all up for success. Whether you work as a parts delivery driver or truck salesman, we want your opinions
We encourage all employees to regularly look at our open positions to find opportunities to grow their career. Our hiring process always favors internal promotions over external hires. To help us promote within, we offer all employees training and opportunities for all positions from diesel technicians to service advisors and truck parts sales.
All our employees receive a comprehensive benefits package. On top of health insurance with competitive premiums and out-of-pocket maximums for individuals and families, we even pay for Life, AD&D, Short and Long-Term disability benefits. Employees can also enroll in dental, supplemental health coverages, as well as 401K with Roth option and company match.
Our company culture recognizes that our company cannot succeed without the talent of our employees. So, we always keep our focus on retention instead of replacement. We build connections with all our employees and aim to help them develop and grow with us. As part of our retention efforts, we always strive to help employees move vertically within the company.
Of course, our primary business is selling trucks, parts and providing exceptional service; but that never stops us from showcasing our values by contributing to organizations that aim to bring positive change to the world. We proudly partner with The First Response Team of America and Starkey Hearing Foundation to give back to our communities. Each employee can also direct $250 in annual contributions to a cause they choose.
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