Material Handler/Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Summerville, SC – June 8, 2018
Since I been here I thought that this was a good place to work. But at the beginning there was long hours 10-12 hour days 6 days a week. There was no time for a life outside of work. Then things changed now no more weekend work. But the moral in this place is awful, management doesn’t value the good employees they have.
For every little thing that happens they look to terminate people. They may want to terminate me if they read this but that’s how petty they are. Opportunity for advancement is not here even after I was told it was. Turnover here is very high, the people either leave or get fired for some unknown reason.
Vacation time you don’t have, you have to accrue it and after you’’ve been here a year then you have a weeks paid vacation. This is the 21st century and you still have to build up vacation time.
Accounting Clerk (Former Employee) – Juno Beach, FL – May 21, 2018
I was employed with TBC Corporation for 19 years. This is a excellent company to obtain a career with. The corporate office was previously located in Memphis, Tennessee. TBC relocated to the state of Florida.
Went from bad to worse over a short period of time
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – South Carolina – May 15, 2018
Started working for NTB almost 2 years ago as a customer service representative. Worked hard everyday, low wages, increased responsibilities with no advanancement. Management would routinely steal commission money from CSA to increase their own bonus check. Learned quite a bit about auto repair while I was there. Management will work you to the bone everyday and put pressure on everyone to Sell.
Driver (Former Employee) – Stow, OH – April 27, 2018
Absolutely horrible place to work .. Dont expect to have a life for yourself i would highly recommend going elsewhere to seek employment. The money is decent but theres no amount of money worth you're health....
Auto Service Technician (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – March 20, 2018
NTB pays you off a commission system and this system is absolutely rigged beyond belief. You have to work on at least 30 cars a day to actually get more than $10 in commission. Even tho you work on a car all day or you are constantly working on multiple cars you may see about $5 added to your check for “commission.” The whole thing in general is a scam and you are being underpaid as is. A General Sevice tech makes $10/hr. A mechanic which I was makes 11/hr. Which is extremely underpaid considering other work place options doing the exact same stuff. They say you make 15/hr with commission but you don’t ever work enough in the companies eyes to actually get a decent commission added to you check. So I do not recommend this company to work for or even buy from.
Training Manager (Current Employee) – Palm Beach Gardens, FL – March 7, 2018
Came on board 2+ years ago. I have been given room to advance and have twice been promoted. The benefits and pay are amazing. The company is huge and has opportunities in many departments. The culture (from my understanding) has improved and the associates performance and recognition are getting stronger everyday. I have recommended several people to this company.
I gave this company 5years of my life I regret it everyday thank god I quit best choice I ever made .. the dm( district manager) are a joke managers have no idea how to manage themselves much less a business I can go on and on but it’s not worth it ..
Manager (Former Employee) – Wisconsin – March 2, 2018
This company doesn't care about anyone but upper management!!!! All they do is bark orders and then threaten your job. There upper management can't do anything but throw out threats and break promises to there employees!!!!!!!
Store Manager (Former Employee) – USA – February 25, 2018
District Managers work 30-35hrs a week M-F and get paid $125k+ and basically do nothing. While managers work 60hrs a week minimium and struggle to make over $70k. Job is always threatened. Never receive praise, only negative comments. Zero room for advancement or pay raises. Constant change at corporate with no stability. Corporate has no clue what actual happens at the store level and the way store employees are treated by district and regional managers.....they either live in a dream world or turn a blind eye.