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Cartrack is a good company,I would and had recommended friends to apply and most are still happy to be part of cartrack
Cartrack might need to do a few adjustments there n there when it comes to growth opportunities.They must allow us to grow internally first before looking out side of business as motivation to their staff.Find fair measures that can be used in allowing their staff changing departments for either growth and conviniencey and as the staff we must have potential will for growth as well.
Soul crushing 11 months, my resignation could not have come sooner. Apart from feeding off an underlying problem in society (Crime), cartrack is a company that refuses to fix the lift so they have a nice story tell about how Mandela got "stuck" in their elevator.- Everybody wants to be in charge but nobody takes responsibility.- Managers will ask you for help then take the credit when things go well.- Constant gossiping amoungst colleagues.- Employee's growth is dependant on what the company needs at the present moment, has nothing to do with empowering their workers.- Departments are constantly rotated and relocated in the building, probably to give their employees a change of scenery.- Covid Compliant (If you don't understand this point, don't worry about it)I am pretty sure the only people who get paid decent salaries are the sales teams, the smooth talkers. I worked in IT and after asking for a pay bump my request was refused and instead they hired three new people to replace me.Do not expect any favours from anyone, they will find a way to drive you out of the company if they don't like you. They always pay on time (felt that I should at least mention one positive thing).
Fear based management
Car track is one mans company, team work is not good, training is focused on the systems, there is no stable Learning and development planning. culture at cartrack is of intimidation, favoritism, is not a healthy place to work at specially if you looking to gain or develop or career. the environment is always in a tense mode
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Every day was a busy day. I've learnt that you always have to pay attention to detail. Management was strict but fun and supporting. We were a department of mostly females, however we worked well together. Pressure got too much at times and very stressful. It wasn't a hard job to do but a lot.
Everything about Cartrack is amazing! I made a mistake leaving this company but I will go back in a heartbeat. The hours were manageable and the people were great. I just thought Admin was more my strong suit.
There are so many Pros
Big Targets to reach
Hardworking, fun environment. I am a strong willed consultant with strong leadership abilities. I am hardworking and love what i do, I am a quick learner so for me to learn something makes me feel empowered.
Commission with every fitment
Long hours, Weekends
I do learn alot at cartrack when it comes to vehicles. I believe there is always room for improvement. You are mostly on the road due to fitting vehicles at clients homes. Its tge perfect job for a young man starting at tge bottom.
It's generally an unpleasant biased place with little to no opportunity to advance to your true potential and their salary is ridiculous and unsustainable. Their business ethics is little to nothing.
Cartrack (Temp Position through Perdm) I was outsourced to Cartrack through a recruitment agency. They weren't very clear about the position and upon applying I was told that a small basic salary will be provided and in my line of work which was beauty therapy at the time. In the interview I was told no basic salary you have to sell the product in the field, approach people to sell the product and you get paid according to your sales. Once arriving for my first day of work, I got put into the car track team and told that the beauty therapy section has filled up. I stuck it out and manage to move from field sales to Training.
It was a good stepping stone
I had to use my personal vehicle to drive employees around with no transport with my own fuel.