Tindall is a fantastic company and a great place to work.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Conley, GA – December 5, 2017
Upper management is very interested in the employees and has a development program in place to ensure that the employee is content and happy in his job. There is a real team atmosphere that is all inclusive and the culture is dynamic and exciting.
I was an intern for Tindall while in school. I was able to learn how the plant and design team operate and also work with the company to develop consolidated shipping methods for delivery of the precast products.
Steel Shop Associate (Current Employee) – Conley, GA – June 19, 2017
My typical day at work is to ensure the flat beds have the proper steel count, and exact measurements of re-bar or welded plates so they are able to complete their task. I learned how to cut re-bar using a shear machine. The management team always try and find ways to improve the company's productivity. The hardest part of the day for me, is after my 50 minute lunch break. The most enjoyable part of my job is, I help contribute in making parking garage decks, highway bridges, and strip malls depending on the contracts we have received.
Company paid week vacation for Christmas and New Year
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Virginia Division – June 12, 2017
First off I dont think production workers get paid enough, the culture at the work place was draining. The Virginia location is full of illegal immigrants who are rude and dont try to help anyone who isn't Spanish. I would spend whole shifts not talking because no one wanted to speak English. Only american in my group, supervisor was rude and horrible with communication. I wouldn't recommend this job if you can't adjust to those issues daily
Decent professional office environment, but there is no trust there.
Sr. Drafter (Former Employee) – Conley, GA – August 8, 2013
All of the employees seem to be constantly looking for ways to screw each other in more ways than one. It was a decent environment when it comes to cleanliness and comfort, but all of the people there showed a complete lack of trust for each other. The management is especially bad about that. Favoritism is apparently extremely popular there also. It doesn't matter how hard you work. All that matters is how much you talk about yourself.
production worker (Former Employee) – MossPoint MS – July 15, 2012
A days work will be what you put into it,but tindall corpation is a equally place for emploment,tindalls believes in being on time,safety first,and everyone goes home at the end of your shift happy and safe,thers nothing hard about the job,what i enjoy most about the job is working onside of the best coworkers.