OTR Truck Driver (Current Employee), Des Moines, IA – January 14, 2014
Pros: great company
Cons: not home with my 2 sons and wife
i have learned to manage my time get loads to and from usually before due they have been very good to me i just want to come off the road to be with my family i love drving a truck worked hard and sacrificed alot to get where i am today
Therapy (Current Employee), USA – December 22, 2013
Pros: if you are a greedy therapist with no morals this is your home.
Cons: too many to list.
This company is horrible. The productivity requirement is 100%, they ask Assistants to do many things out of their scope of practice. They are only out for themselves care nothing about the therapist, will quickly through you under the bus to save themselves. They tell therapist not to document daily notes, even though it is in the practice act to do – more... so. This is one of the companies that medicare will catch up too and it won't be pretty.
ANYONE that puts profitability in their core values has to have something wrong with them right? – less
NEW DRIVER ORIENTATION (Former Employee), TAMPA FL – October 22, 2013
WENT TO TMC ORIENTATION IN COLUMBIA SC, PASSED ALL CLASS ROOM TESTS, AND ROAD TEST, PASS MY DOT PHYSICAL, EXCEPT MY BLOOD PRESSURE WAS HIGH, SENT ME BACK HOME WAS TOLD ALL I HAVE TO DO IS GET THREE BLOOD PRESURE READINGS FROM MY DOCTOR I DID, HE SENT THEM RIGHT TO TMC IN FOUR DAYS, KEPT CALLING UP AND ASKING IN 4-5 DAYS CALLED AGAIN THEY SAID THE JOB – more... WAS FILLED. WHY LIE – less
Over the Road Truck Driver (Former Employee), Des Moines, IA – October 10, 2013
Pros: training, equipment
Cons: fleet managers can seem out of touch with their drivers
TMC offers some of the best training in the industry with very high standards of achievement. overall they work hard to get you home on weekends as much as possible while still meeting their freight requirements.
Assistant Production Scheduler (Former Employee), Temecula, CA – July 24, 2013
The co-workers were great! Friendly and supportive. They are going through a transition from fairly small Mom & Pop company to a larger company. This is probably a long and difficult process. There is a re-structuring going on from time to time. This can be good because you get cross-training. But the down side is that sometimes the people have more – more... work than they can handle. – less
Team Leader Sterile Processing Memorial Hermann (Current Employee), Houston, TX – May 7, 2013
Monday is usually the day that I check pay roll, conduct team meetings, council employees, and review sterilization records. The rest of the week will consist of constant trouble shooting, a million phone calls, and normal Sterile processing duties.
Leadmen (Former Employee), Smyrna, TN – April 3, 2013
Early birds so we can get a good jump start on rough-in house such place platform if necessary for units good firm stable spot to have excellent airflow towards how our blueprints were showing for our greetings.
Logistics Analyst (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – March 18, 2013
Employment at TMC was very enjoyable. My duties entailed managing a specific customer's orders and their freight distribution needs. I was constantly driven by management to provide solutions to customer issues and their requests. I was required to update SOP's and create new reports to identify areas of improvement.