Since the dealership is comprised of a lot of good cooks, DriveTime’s workers organize a company potluck at least once a month. The tradition is an employee favorite because it helps everyone get to know each other on a more personal level as they share their cooking skills—and of course enjoy delicious foods, like spiral ham, jalapeño poppers, and chocolate pie.
With Sundays and many major holidays off, it’s clear that DriveTime emphasizes a healthy work-life balance for its employees. This is rare in a retail environment, especially since many of these holidays are big for car sales—but DriveTime is deeply committed to giving its teams time to spend with their families, pursue their passions outside of work, and simply relax and recharge.
"For someone coming to work here the advice I would give them is just to be coachable—be open to change because things change daily."
Senior Sales Advisor
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