RF hand (Former Employee) – Reno, NV – February 21, 2017
Tessco is good company and the invironment is really good. they have good benefits. all my co workers are really nice and friendly.......I learn a lot in this company and my boses theyre really down to earth and really helpful... I work every day and time is good.im enjoing working and I miss all my friends..
Returns Clerk (Former Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – February 8, 2017
it was a company were there was growth and learning and willing to train for different jobs internal.it was a typical 8 hour day of work unloading trucks doing the bill of landing shipping,receiving,making sure that the products were accurate and accounted for in a timely manner.
In my current role I have refined my ability to work in a fast-paced environment; to execute tasks to meet client and organizational deadlines; to work harmoniously and professionally with all levels of management, external clients, and vendors.
Development Executive (Current Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – June 8, 2016
Organization is in a major transition phase and as a salesperson it is hard to gain traction unless you have been there for 10 years. All the business is tied up within legacy technologies and the employees who own those accounts. Also, the comp structure does not reward net new or growth business. Management is too concerned with KPI performance vs. delivery of actual dollars and has seemed to entirely miss the boat on new wireless networking technology. If you are comfortable working with pre-retirees and being managed like its 1985... this is the place for you!
wearhouse worker (Former Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – June 5, 2016
A typical day was grabbing your equipment and filling order. walking around the wearhouse. I learned what true team work meant. management was cool always on top of the productivities. co-workers was easy to get along with and hard working. the best part of the job was knowing you reach your quota
customer service (Current Employee) – hunt valley – January 31, 2016
Lots of extra hours expected. You must ask for a raise- regular raises are not given. Management is poor. Promotions are done from within mostly due to seniority and not due to leadership skill. Lack of management follow through. Sales department gets lots of benefits, if not in sales, your team will be ignored by the owner. Good basis of company, but poor management. Management does not take action when there are bad attitudes. Trash talking is allowed even in higher LOB and even the financials or money teams, by the leaders themselves. Very unprofessional management. Hardest part is that HR cannot do anything about it. However, the work itself is enjoyable.
Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – October 23, 2015
Starting in customer support and working my way to a business development role provided me with a great background in many areas of sales and business development. I wouldn't trade that knowledge and experience provided to me for anything. Moving to a new manager my last 2 years at the company affected my work/life balance negatively along with my desire to remain there which ultimately caused me to search for a similar position elsewhere and my subsequent resignation. Overall, a great 13 years and experience I couldn't have received in a multitude of areas elsewhere.
Lots of politics but a good position for the right person
Sales Support Representative (Former Employee) – Reno, NV – June 11, 2015
Working in the Reno office is tough when you're leadership is in MD. You don't really feel a part of your leader's team or the teams with local leadership. Politics play a huge role: there is room for advancement but it can be cut throat and upsetting the wrong person can lose you compatriots and sometimes your career. The industry can be overwhelming; there is a lot to learn. The point of sale system and inventory systems in place when I was there (and for literally 30 years prior) were not user friendly and incredibly outdated. I would hope they have upgraded in the years since I left and perhaps changed some the leadership structure I experienced.