FIELD SUPERVISOR (Current Employee) – North Slope, AK and Midland TX – November 6, 2017
stayed busy , averaged about 100 hours a week. There was plenty to learn and take on in different parts of the oil field. plenty of money to be made , Tesco usually shoots for the better work from bigger companies. Great company when it comes to safety.
Store Technician (Current Employee) – Essex – October 20, 2017
Every day is different. Repair & maintenace of store facilities requires a calm and experience. Providing retail team with support to provide results the company require. Working with senior retail team gives a feeling of being part of something great.
TESCO definitely accommodated me well while i was doing my degree and i stayed loyal to the company and its management until the CEO retired. This was definitely a fun and amazing place to work, learn and grow in the industry.
I travelled weekly while working for Tesco. I liked the travel and the different shops I visited weekly. Upper management had their own ideas how to run the shops, but no idea what really went on and the challenges you had at each location.
Government Mechanic (Former Employee) – Fort Hood, TX – September 1, 2017
for the record, the company i'm talking about is tesco (test support contractors), which does government contract work for the U.S. military. pay was amazing, benefits to match. great people and management. it's the one job i wish i could have forever
Confidential (Former Employee) – Lafayette, LA – August 29, 2017
TESCO has many good things about them, but poor Management and lack of Corporate office support and/guidance is their Achilles heal.
One manager was the backbone of the facility I worked at but his Supervisor who was over multiple locations lacked the backbone to do what was needed and right in many situations as he seemed to be in self preservation mode for his own position.
Still an old Boys club with favoritism for groups of individuals within the organization while others were often overlooked.
Time to Clean House and get back to their true potential.
Many good Employees
Poor Corporate Structure and Lack of Management Support
Tong Operator (Former Employee) – Lafayette, LA – August 21, 2017
Poor management was the issue at Tesco. There was a lot of conflict of interest with the Manager and his family. Very unfair management team. They played favorites when it came to going on offshore jobs.
Customer Assistant (Former Employee) – Health and Beauty – August 5, 2017
It has its ups and downs like every job. I am not particularly impressed within this one, as in my opinion working in tesco is more about relationships than being professional. In other words, if your manager doesn't like you for any reason, you're going to get victimised. Although I believe every job is all about that these days.
Automation & Controls Engineer (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – August 3, 2017
Great place to work, great work atmosphere, friendly co.workers, lot of opportunity for personal growth and career development: Drafting, design, engineering, project management, estimator, sales, ... you name it, and go for it!
Lot of opportunity for personal and career development, drafting, engineering, project management, sales
Human Resources Assistant (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – July 9, 2017
The hardest part of the job was the lack of communication between the HR manager and his subordinates. The workplace culture was very laid back. We had christmas parties and the CEO would give gifts to employees.
Tesco is a great environment and a very stable job
Fabricator Painter Electrical Assembler (Current Employee) – Erie, PA – June 20, 2017
Typically working at Tesco is very pleasant and informative. I have learned a lot and continue to grow in the company. Mostly, I enjoy all of the welding and building that I get to do for the company. The management is extremely friendly and positive for the entire crew. All around amazing place to work.