Factory Motor Parts


Factory Motor Parts Jobs & Careers in Salt Lake City, UT

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General Warehouse (Part Time)

Factory Motor Parts Salt Lake City, UT

The Operations Associate - Part Time is responsible for pulling customer orders in an accurate, efficient, and safe… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Dispatch Assistant

Factory Motor Parts Salt Lake City, UT

• Oversee and/or operate computerized routing system. • Assist customers or operations with any questions or… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Delivery Specialist (Full Time)

Factory Motor Parts Salt Lake City, UT

include: • Driving courteously and safely using defensive driving skills • Professional communication with customers at their site… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Delivery Specialist (Part Time)

Factory Motor Parts Draper, UT

As a Delivery Specialist you will be responsible for the timely, safe and accurate delivery of customer’s automotive parts to their location using a… Glassdoor

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Eliott Badzin
17 Ratings

    Leadership is a joke at FMP and the employees aren't laughing.

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    Former Employee - Corporate in Eagan, MN (US)
    Former Employee - Corporate in Eagan, MN (US)

    I worked at Factory Motor Parts full-time


    Walking out the door on your last day there. Belief in humanity returns.


    Back stabbing at all levels, especially at senior leadership level. Corporate department heads are either psychotic or incredibly depressed due to the toxic nature of the environment. The only ones who stay are those who can't work elsewhere - the smart ones leave after realizing how truly awful the culture really is. Corporate slogan should be "We throw our employees under the bus better than anyone". HORRIBLE environment that grows worse every year.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Try sharing the wealth. Bonuses paid to senior leaders are completely out of line vs rank and file wages. Elliott chooses to ignore mistakes made by favorite employees and will destroy others for minor ones. Annual trips reward his favorites while the rest are ignored year after year. Senior leadership quickly learns to emulate how Elliott acts and is rewarded for it (and saving money at all costs) to the destruction of everything else, especially the morale of staff.

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