Store manager (Former Employee) – VA – December 12, 2017
If you value your family and personal time then keep looking. Initially I thought the salary and bonus would make any conditions tolerable. I was wrong, as a store manager I usually worked 60-70 hours a week. They would have conference calls and meetings which would always somehow, be on that one day off. Do the math 70k a year for a winning store, divided by 65 hours a week equals not worth it. Also, upper management threatens to replace store management daily to obtain sales goals.
Service Manager (Former Employee) – Nj – November 9, 2017
Within the one yr i was with tbc i have seen 3 distric mgrs. And 2 reginal managers. Not a place to work for if you actually know about cars. The trainers are great. However the work flow is slow they do not pay enough to have qualified knowable techs.
ASE training is pre-paid for us, tool programs are available for techs starting out. Company pays for Short term dis, health insurance is cheap, and the 401k match is the strongest Ive seen in the industry. Its retail and we put in some odd hours, but stay around 40-50 a week.
I had work their for over 6 years, but dont get me wrong their were good 6 years until they sarted making wrong move after wrong moves almost sacrifice moves. I knew my job in and out but yet i was still the lowest paid supervisor on the floor it took for me to put in me two weeks notice for anyone to get a rase in pay, because alot of their staff left behind me not cause i asked but because they felt the same way as i did. Their operations process is no good. Until upper management staff stepp up and figure out their operations plan it will be the same. You can throw money at a problem but it wont fix it until you cure the root problem.
Area Manager (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – October 19, 2017
Great for someone that has no life and wants to work 70 hours a week. The pay is good just you always on call an conference calls even on Sunday. You have to work Monday thru Saturday and at least 55 hours a week.
Retail supoort (Former Employee) – Juno Beach, FL – September 13, 2017
This company is going under. I worked for this company as a dedicated employee for over a year with promises fr advancement and showed up to work on time every day. I was a top performer in my department and was still let go when the department was shut down. Of the 50 people in the department they kept 12 and of those twelve people four where kept only because they had relatives in the company not because they performed well at their jobs. This company will lead you on never promote and then lay off your whole department.
A typical day at work consist of shipping out 25 to 30 trailers a day. I have learned different programs like SAP, Cognos, and ASW. Management could be a lot better then what it is. I love working with my co-workers, very peaceful workplace. There is no hard part of my job because I love a challenge. The most enjoyable part of my job is coming to work where all your co-workers are happy to be there and everybody is ready to work.
Human Resource Representative (Former Employee) – Palm Beach Gardens, FL – July 17, 2017
TBC Corporation is international organization. This organization is very large. It was having some culture and staffing issues in the field. There was a lack of transparency with management. That was being addressed by improving company policies and procedures.
There are some great employees working there that make the organization.
improving of their company policies and great employees
Technical Support Analyst (Current Employee) – Juno Beach, FL – July 7, 2017
IT Help Desk receives little to no training before starting. The Help Desk mainly supports two point of sale programs. Like most help desk environments, they're only concerned with how many calls you take, not fixing the actual problems. This results in a massive backlog of tickets waiting for Tier 2 analysts, which leads to end users calling back to find out why they've been awaiting resolution for several weeks.
They provide breakfast every other week
No advancement opportunity, always under threat of downsizing