Team Leader (Former Employee) – Glasgow – February 22, 2017
Reviewed store and department performance; identified and implemented areas of improvement Actively coached colleagues to give excellent service and resolve service issues immediately Supported departments with legal training; coached colleagues on a day to day basis Ensured colleagues had the information required to do their job; delivered weekly communication Coordinated department schedules. Supported colleagues by helping in other departments
Payroll - Human Resourse Admin (Former Employee) – Kilgore, TX – July 26, 2016
My typical day consisted of anything from answering phones to payroll to handling human resource issues. I also helped the employees in any way that I could, being a listening ear or showing them how to improve on their payroll entries. Working with accounts payable and receivables was also part of my job duties. The management there was great, very helpful and understanding. The hardest part of my job was explaining to employees the decisions that had to be made on behalf of the company. I enjoyed working at Tesco because the employees were like family to me. I enjoyed hearing about their goals and their struggles and was glad to be able to assist them in anyway.
their eye is focused on the ball but they have a good work / life balance
Sales Application Engineer & Service Engineer (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – September 13, 2016
the company is focused on the customer and getting them what they need in a timely matter , but they are also focused on treating there owner employee's right knowing that they are who got them there in the first place.
Nice people, quarterly company wide breakfast meetings, holiday dinner, company picnic, employee golf outing, semi coffee company come in for free coffee.
Instrumentation and Controls Engineer (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – January 20, 2017
I have worked at Tesco for a short time and am only leaving due to personal reasons. I would recommend Tesco to anyone. It is a very stable and growing company. The ESOP is something new to me but it is a great thing. No other companies I have worked at have offered this.
Their training program is being worked on to get better. I loved the idea of working a period of time in the shop prior to doing engineering work. You build relationships and can see what the shop guys have to deal with on a daily basis.
Duty Manager (Former Employee) – Slough – January 11, 2017
Recognizes the needs of others and reaches out to lend a helping hand Establishes effective working relationships Generates synergy Builds on mutual dependence and understanding Promotes the company culture among peers
Administrative Receiving Clerk (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – January 10, 2017
This company is a small business with a family oriented vibe. Its a great start for hard work. This company will show you things you never paid attention to before. These things can be used in more than one aspect in the work world.
Test Plans Analyst (Former Employee) – Fort Hood, TX – October 13, 2016
Good work experience, able to test and see new equipment. Learn a lot about what it takes to run a project. The people are mixed with kind and smart personality. Management is very good with employees. Get to travel to different states and meet new people.
Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – October 23, 2015
Company has poor management and has thrown safety out the window. It used to be a great company but it went downhill. I would not recommended working for this company under current management especially if you are a CDL driver because they will try to get you to go out of compliance. Salaries are very poor and only upper management is paid well. They do not pay what a CDL driver is supposed to make.
A typical day at work is energizing, receiving calls from customers, receiving orders, preparing quotes and bids, following up with customers. I learned to do business with the Caribbean Islands, very nice and polite people. Management is super energized and always smiling, fun atmosphere. Co-workers are the best, supportive and friendly. The hardest part of the job was to hurry up to meet deadlines because bids need to arrive on time and shipping documents needs to be planned. The most enjoyable part of the job was to see our boss happy and appreciative of our work.
• Manage the processing of payroll for 700+ US employees’ and 500 Canadian employees’ biweekly using ADP Payforce and e-Time. Proficient in multi-state, multi-location payrolls. • Manage and coordinate the activities of 2 payroll processors and multiple field administrators for both the US and Canada. • Quarterly 941 payroll tax balancing and reconciliation, as well as State income tax and state unemployment and annual 940 returns. Reconcile and process annual W-2 filings and W-2 corrections. • Prepare and provide executive wage compensation to legal team for annual Proxy. • Manage, process and record all common and restricted stock grants. • Responsible for managing, reconciling and remitting 401K funds. Manage and process the annual 401K audit and form 5500 filing. Provide reporting to 401K TPA for annual discrimination and limit testing. • Provide required documentation and process control information for internal and external audit groups.
Buyer II (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – October 17, 2014
A typical day includes putting out a lot of fires due to lack of planning in other departments. I have learned how to multi-task extremely well because of this though. I have had a variety of managers never one with the same style of managing from this I've learned many different techniques and ways of doing things. My co-workers have all been awesome for the most part. hardest part of the job is learning new product lines because you aren't given many resources and the most enjoyable part of the job has been getting to know everyone and watching the company grow and continue to grow.
Prior job organization, Safety meetings, an overall scope of work before starting the job. Checking all company tools as well as personal tools. The learning and schooling was phenomenal. Management was great. Co-workers listened very well because if there wasn't proper communication someone would get hurt, and lots of us have families. Going home in one piece was very important. Hardest part was, weeks on end, job after job after job. The most jobs I did was eleven in a row. Which each job took three to seven days, with no days off can be pretty tire some. The most enjoyable part was going home safely knowing no one got hurt, because I did my job the best I could. That's a very rewarding feeling.
Willing to be patient with me so I could become a team leader and work safely and efficiently.
The benefits weren't so good, also being on call 24/7 was kinda hard at times, but the hours and pay checks were Great!
Assistant Chief Cashier (Former Employee) – malaysia – July 13, 2016
tempat kerja yang baik dan seronok. pekerja memberi tunjuk ajar yang bagus untuk melakukan kerja. pengurusan syarikat tersebut membuat saya selesa untuk berkerja dengan mereka. bahagian yang paling sukar ketika kerja adalah ketika berhadapan dengan pelanggan yang bermasalah. kerja yang paling membuat saya seronok adalah ketika melakukan kerja bersama semua pekerja iaitu mengira stok syarikat tersebut.