Winkler Automotive Service Center is always looking for top talent to join our team. If you are a quality conscious worker committed to producing the kind of results our customers have come to expect over the years, we want to talk to you! We offer a great work environment committed to quality and reward our team members accordingly. Continuing education opportunities and ongoing training are just a few of the advantages we offer. Contact us today to learn more about job opportunities at Winkler Automotive Service Center!
- Shop Manager
- Service Manager
- Service Advisor
- Customer Service Representative
The Importance of Happiness in the Workplace
One of our most cherished and undeniable rights as per our Declaration of Independence is the Pursuit of Happiness. Yet, it is all too often overlooked in business (When was the last time you were happy with your work?).
Given we spend on average over 65% of our precious productive weekly hours at work (for some, it’s much more), it’s no wonder we rank 13th in the World Happiness Index. By the way, I don’t think the 12 nations ranking before us specifically mention the right to happiness in their Constitution! In addition, no company can possibly hope to provide a great service or product for its customers if its employees are not happy.
So, what makes people happy at work? We believe people will tend to be happy at work when they feel that they matter, are respected and recognized for the value they bring to the company.
Our days at the shop are guided by a set of 15 core values which we know lead to work fulfillment and happiness, from the individual level up to the team:
- I am proud of who I am
- I am good today, I’ll be better tomorrow
- I do the right thing
- I make it count
- I admit when I don’t know
- I ask more, learn more, judge less
- I respectfully speak the truth
- I keep it fun and smile, smile, and smile some more
- I take ownership
- I don’t blame, I fix instead
- I do things right
- I have an open mind
- I ask for assistance when I need it
- I honor commitments at all costs
- I think (functional!) family