National Tyres and Autocare
Happiness score is 38 out of 100
3.0 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • CEO
    Tony Neill
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  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £75m to £365m (GBP)
  • Industry
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 163 reviews and is evolving.



Customer Service in Manchester
on 21 January 2022
Decent place to work, somewhat relaxing and other times quite busy
Not a bad first place to work. The call center is pretty chill for the most part however it does get busy sometimes and management in that case, will request overtime.Management is quite chill, for the most part. Employee retention in certain departments are terrible. There are lots of nearby places to eat, and lunch breaks are 1 hour so decent chance to explore the place and go for regular walks as to prevent a sedentary-only work life.The company has been bought out by Halfords recently, so maybe there will be some changes which may be worth commenting on.
Branch Manager in Scotland
on 15 January 2022
Great Guys At Depot But Horrendous Managment From Those Above
Great company for progressing as a tyre fitter to management but over all the company was terrible and stressful as a manger. Expected to hit targets constantly despite being short staffed a lot and equipment not getting fixed quick enough or not getting fixed at all. Regional manager is great to get along with but managers above him are absolutely shocking. I ran my branch for 3-4 months with just myself and another staff member with next to no help from senior managers and with no thanks what so ever. Would not recommend this company in a managerial role. Hopefully Halfords buying the company will change things for the good.
Assistant Manager in Cardiff
on 17 November 2021
Stress pit
Stressful atmosphere with pressure sales and very high targets for the bad reputation the company has in the local area, staff gets blamed for the company image which is terrible
Branch Manager in Confidential
on 10 November 2021
Challenging and Rewarding
No two days are the same. We have a diverse range of employees and customers and working here provides new challenges every day. Rewards and recognition have improved recently including a revamped reward programme where going the extra mile can be rewarded and recognised formally. Overall the best fast fit company I have worked at (And there have been a few) You are able to speak to anyone in the company at any level if required (From branch level up to board members)It's an old adage, but you really do get out what you put in.
Customer Service Advisor in Stockport
on 18 October 2021
Fun workplace
Based in the centre of Stockport so is easy to get to. Around 4 or 5 teams working on separate areas - all staff in the teams are lovely. Management seem to care about their staff.

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Interview insights

Insights from 113 Indeed users who have interviewed with National Tyres and Autocare within the last 5 years.

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

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Do they ask are you good at riping people off and good at not doing truthful with customers ?

Shared on 6 August 2021

It depends what job you apply for but normally questions relate to whether you've worked in sales or customer service roles before, if you've managed and motivated a team before, what your goals are in terms of training and development and how can the company support you with this.

Shared on 18 October 2018

Can u deal with the pressure of being very busy and not being able to stop for a break all day. Have you got a driving license, What experience have you got Have you got your own tools

Shared on 7 January 2018
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