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Anonymous shared this review of Advance Auto Parts, United States on Jun 14th, 2022
"AAP is a great place to work for women. I appreciate the business resource groups and the collaboration."
Anonymous shared this review of Advance Auto Parts, United States on Apr 19th, 2022
"The company is committed to supporting women through a variety of events and activities. I love it here! :)"
Anonymous shared this review of Advance Auto Parts, India on Apr 19th, 2022
"Advance is an awesome place to work for Woman and men both. "
"As a remote team member, I feel empowered to work and travel on a schedule that works for me and my family. The culture of my team is great for working mothers balancing a career and a family. "
"Advance has come a long way in the last several years in the way of building an inclusive culture where everyone, including women, are accepted, valued, and encouraged to bring their authentic self to work each day."
Anonymous shared this review of Advance Auto Parts, United States on Apr 13th, 2022
"Working at Advance Auto Parts has been part of my career growth experience and I've had continued support from other women within the company. AAP has a culture that supports all DE&I. I feel like my contributions are noticed and I impact the business."
Anonymous shared this review of Advance Auto Parts on May 29th, 2018
"Auto Parts are a good ole boys club but Advance is really working towards making a change. We have cultural shift in effect and our Women In Motion Network is making changes slowly but surely."
"no pay raises have happened in 4 years only management get bounses"
"Ive been here 3 years and they are pretty fair. They promote growth and learning no matter what your gender is and raises are merit based not based on your plumbing."
"I have been with the company for over 10yrs and the only thing I see is women not getting paid the same as the males in the company and there are mainly in supportive roles IE: driver, inventory, etc .They say they are flexible with you but it all depends on the manager and quite frankly you have better luck shooting craps in Las Vegas. While the upper management make bonuses we the little folk get nothing. And if someone does it's almost always a male manager who gets it first."