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Roberts Truck Center Employee Reviews

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Technician (Current Employee) - Amarillo, TX - September 13, 2021

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All comission based pay after 90 days. Unrealistic goal to get paid full comission. There is basically no help from the service side. You have to constantly remind them to get anywhere with a job. I.e. questions about complaints, quote getting done, approvals. Very exhausting and time consuming. Any chance you have to gain time is wasted. Most tickets dont close till end of month so you get a small to $0 check for the first half and maybe a big check at the end that is heavily taxed even though work was completed during the firsts half. 401k is a joke. It is up to them if they want to pay mach that year and max match is $1250. They havent matched in 2 years. Blame falls on tech when ball is dropped on the office. Also if you dont have experience I recommend working somewhere else. You get thrown into the fire and if it weren't for a few good knowledgeable techs that are willing to loose money to help it would be very hard to learn here. Quite a lot of unhappy employees that are leaving one by one.

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Roberts Truck Center now part of Summit Holdings

The Midland location has represented the International and Crane Carrier products as well as Kenworth, Volvo and Mack, carrying cab and chassis, passenger buses, day cabs, conventional trucks and more. Leases through Idealease are available. The service department is qualified to perform warranty work for International and Isuzu products as well as Cummins engines, Caterpillar engines, Allison Transmissions, and more and carries an extensive parts inventory for all makes and models.

In announcing the new name, the three partners, Richard Sweebe, Blaine Roberts and Blair Roberts, said, "We are a new company with a proud 72-year combined history of serving the commercial truck and bus industries. Our new name embodies the strong reputation we have built in the markets we serve. Summit will continue to grow and deliver a higher standard of value to our customers because of our dedicated and talented employees and our commitment to integrity, service and quality in all that we do."

Annual revenues for Summit Holdings is expected to approach $1 billion.

Summit Holdings is a privately held company that does business as Summit Truck Group, Summit Bus and Summit Lease & Rental. The company operates 29 commercial truck and bus dealerships in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas.

Diamond Companies consists of 16 locations across four states with more than 600 employees in Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas.

The Supercuts at 2215 N. Midland Drive is celebrating 30 years in business in the Tall City.

The salon is owned and operated by Supercuts franchisee Linda Leyerle and has been a part of the business community since opening in 1984. Leyerle has continually hired local staff and stylists.

The Supercuts in Midland is one of more than 2,200 Supercuts across the country, and system-wide, specially trained stylists of the iconic brand cut more than 33 million heads of hair a year. In Midland, services include adult and children/senior haircuts as well as styling, hair coloring and facial waxing.

Hours are 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday. Walk-ins are welcome or appointments are available by calling the salon at 689-9927.

Sours: https://www.mrt.com/business/article/Roberts-Truck-Center-now-part-of-Summit-Holdings-7400480.php
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Roberts Truck Center recently celebrated its newly renovated facility in San Angelo, Texas near U.S. Highway 277. About 200 customer attended the event which took place in October.

“We made a commitment to improve the quality of our San Angelo facility in order to improve our customer service experience,” says Blaine Roberts, president of Roberts Truck Center. “With an improved parts display area, customers have a complete selection of fast moving parts that can be used  or all makes of trucks.”

This 31,815-sq.-ft. facility features 10 drive-thru service bays, 3 half service bays, extensive inventory in the parts warehouse, and an enhanced driver’s lounge.

“The renovated service area also includes all new lighting to allow our technicians to better service and repair our customers’ trucks,” Roberts says. “We are proud of our San Angelo location and its position as the most modern truck dealership facility in the region.”

Roberts Truck Center San Angelo is located at 617 N. Bell Street (Bell St. exit off of US 277 S/US-67 S) and is open from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. – noon on Saturdays. George Deffenbaugh is general manager; Phillip Carpenter is truck sales manager; Tim Watkins is parts manager; and David Wamer is service manager.

Sours: https://www.truckpartsandservice.com/home/article/14977920/roberts-truck-center-celebrates-newly-renovated-facilities
Review of Roberts Truck Center in Lubbock Texas

EEOC Settles Sexual Harassment Suit Against Roberts Truck Center

Claims of Sexual Harassment of Women by Male Co-Worker Resolved in Farmington, New Mexico

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Several companies doing business as Roberts Truck Centers, including Roberts Truck Center in Farmington, New Mexico have agreed to settle a class sex discrimination and retaliation lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) for $300,000, the agency announced today.

The EEOC's lawsuit, EEOC v. Roberts Truck Center of New Mexico, LLC, Roberts Truck Center of Texas, LLC, Roberts Truck Center, LTD, and Roberts Truck Center Holding Company, LLC ("Roberts") 10-cv-00904 JCH/KBM, charged that Larry Leyva, then a co-worker of Katherine Abernathy, subjected Ms. Abernathy and a class of three other women to sexual harassment. The EEOC also alleged that Katherine Abernathy suffered retaliation for complaining about the sex harassment and was fired due to the retaliation and/or because of her sex, female.

Sex discrimination, including sex harassment and retaliation against persons who oppose unlawful employment practices violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The EEOC filed suit in U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico after first attempting to reach a pre-litigation voluntary settlement through its conciliation process.

"Employers must constantly remind their managers of their obligation to maintain workplaces where employees are not subjected to illegal harassment or retaliation. Also, when managers fail to satisfy these obligations, it is the employer's responsibility to correct the violations and prevent other violations from occurring," said Regional Attorney Mary Jo O'Neill of the EEOC's Phoenix District Office, which has jurisdiction over Arizona, Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico and Utah. "Also, women like Ms. Abernathy, who have the courage to complain, must not suffer retaliation for their efforts to prevent further harassment of themselves or others."

In addition to monetary relief for Ms. Abernathy and the three class members, the decree provides for other important relief, including an injunction prohibiting further sex discriminatory or retaliatory practices; institution of policies and procedures to address sexual harassment and retaliation; institution of training for employees, manager and human resource officials regarding sex discrimination and retaliation; and an oral apology from involved managers who failed to address the co-workers' harassment of the women.

EEOC Deputy District Director Elizabeth Cadle said, "We are pleased that this employer is taking appropriate steps to assure that no further harassment occurs in its workplaces. Federal law protects a woman's right to work without harassment because of her sex."

The EEOC enforces federal laws prohibiting employment discrimination. Further information about the EEOC is available on its web site at www.eeoc.gov.

Sours: https://www.eeoc.gov/newsroom/eeoc-settles-sexual-harassment-suit-against-roberts-truck-center

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