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No life outside of work
Material Handler (Current Employee) –  WestDecember 4, 2018
I have been working in this company for a number of years, local management is fair but firm, corporate management is a circus filled with clowns. I remember many days where it was back to back 15-17 hour shifts, 6 days a week. The raises are a joke you’ll get 25 cents if you’re really lucky and the pay at best is average. Corporate provides almost zero communication. If you enjoy seeing your wife or kids, good luck, there’s no room for them in your TBC life.
Pros
Overall good benefits
Cons
Can’t keep employees, bad pay for long work, overall horrible communication
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Great company to work with
Technical Analyst I (Current Employee) –  Juno Beach, FLNovember 26, 2018
Management is very down to earth and it feels like a family in there, everyone is ready to help and has a positive environment. They have schedule flexibility also.
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Good and Bad!
Supervisor (Current Employee) –  Summerville, SCNovember 14, 2018
My overall experience with TBC was satisfactory. Issues seem to be as follows:
1 - The Corporate Executives of different departments do not communicate well, therefore, one decision negatively affect other departments and vise versa...and the facility staff pay for it.
2 - The work life balance is better but still NOT balanced. The thought of an 8 hour day is foreign to TBC. If you are an exempt employee you can expect a 10 hour day EVERY day...at least!
3 - More specifically for point #1: Every year the facility goes through an issue where their yard gets over-crowded because of massive orders placed by purchasing, too many containers put on one ship, etc. This causes massive overtime hours and unsafe operating conditions for drivers in the yard. Also, one day they may have 20 outbound shipments and the next day there may be 36. The facility is WAY under-staffed for that many outbounds in one day! Staff at the facility has BEGGED for a consistent flow of outbounds during the week to avoid over-time, injuries, etc. It continues from the corporate level.
CORPORATE: Listen to the people that work at the DC! When you visit once every three months you have no REAL idea what is going on. Communicate between departments as well... Just because we can buy some tires in bulk...doesn't mean we should! Check your inventory and see how long some tires have been sitting there that were purchased at a "good deal". It's a DISTRIBUTION CENTER NOT A WAREHOUSE!

The management staff at the facility are good at their jobs. Unfortunately, they must be reactive. It is very hard to be proactive
  more... with the unpredictability of the work-flow. If corporate communicates and listens to the staff at the facility they'll be fine. It is unfortunate though that this probably won't happen.  less
Pros
Good pay
Cons
Long hours (when figured in with the pay...they pay doesn't look that good)
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Stressfull. Rules change to fit situation. No job unitu
Stocker/order puller (Former Employee) –  Lubbock, TXNovember 5, 2018
People are treated like ro ots. And expe ted to have 100% dedication to job. Managment hasnt grown up from highschool. And tend to worrymore about making friends and getting female employees in bed than working .
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Great company to work at. Lots to learn and grow.
Support Analyst (Current Employee) –  FloridaOctober 27, 2018
I have learned a lot at TBC. A person, with the right manager can grow and excel in their career. Working with one's peers is a very positive experience. Since no single person knows it all, and everyone has their own strengths, you can build your knowledge by working well with your peers. TBC believes in "giving back". You are encouraged to help either with your time or money.
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Risk Administrator (Former Employee) –  Palm Beach Gardens, FLOctober 18, 2018
I enjoyed working there and would go back, if there was an opening that I liked.

As Risk Administrator, I would responsible to keep track WC claims.
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It depends on who you directly work for
Franchise Business Consultant (Former Employee) –  FloridaOctober 16, 2018
I worked for TBC's corporate office for two years must of the time was good, new management changed that but the company was still a good company with a lot of good people.
Pros
Good people, high pressure but still lax work environment
Cons
New upper management doesn't seem trustworthy. Based on how I saw them deal with other employees.
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Good people and nice managers
Automotive Lube Technician (Former Employee) –  Denham Springs, LAOctober 8, 2018
TBC company offers a lot of benefits for its employees and always made sure every employee took full advantage of the benefits if need be. This company always treated me as an equal to my fellow employees.
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Good company overall
General Manager (Current Employee) –  Dallas, TXOctober 3, 2018
If you're willing to work ALOT of hours this is the place for you. I have over 30 years experience in retail management at all levels and understand that long hours and abnormal days off are the norm. However, this company for some reason seems to think that a manager working excessive hours is a badge of honor. It's not.
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Wholesale
Corp (Former Employee) –  AtlantaOctober 2, 2018
After the merger to create NTW, the whole culture of the wholesale division went down hill. Morale was low, no real direction, let key people go others left, but plenty of SVPs.
Pros
Good benefits, work hours
Cons
Unrealistic expectations of service
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No direction
Inside Sales/Customer Relations (Former Employee) –  FLSeptember 27, 2018
The management was not professional nor were they willing to help or answer questions. The employees had to learn from one another. Systems were not taught they were exchanged by peers. The hours were unrealistic and days off were non existant. On any given week you would work 8 days before getting a day off.
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relax pace to work at reat co workers
FLOOR TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) –  Atlanta, GASeptember 6, 2018
2nd shift bad supervisors 3rd shift very stress free great co workers easy pace to work.always overtime if wanted mangent easy to get along with.will teach everything you know.great food for lunch as well
Pros
overtime
Cons
bad pay
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Best place outside of the Navy.
Store Manager (Former Employee) –  San Francisco, CAAugust 31, 2018
TBC Corp is hands down the best company outside of the Navy that I have worked. I would recommend this to any person looking to get into the automotive industry.
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Welcome to your new home
Customer Service Associate (Current Employee) –  Melbourne flAugust 18, 2018
Work constantly, managers will use you so they never have to close, will take tickets from you so they can make budget and bonuses leaving you to hustle and fight for every dollar. Extremely rude customers often many will tell you to “ go f yourself” call you a liar blame you went management isn’t around. Techs don’t care and neither do managers when things aren’t done timely or well. Customers management and techs all use you as the garbage can.
Pros
Discounts.
Cons
Everything else.
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What a mess
Back end Web Developer (Former Employee) –  Juno Beach, FLAugust 14, 2018
Pros: decent pay, competitive benefits
Cons: lack of structure and management, was pretty much on my own for the most part except in the beginning. Lousy work environment with several different departments in one large room. The cubicles do nothing for sound and seemed to have a lack of space then my area was converted into a call center. Then one day I was hauled out of there and teminated for no disclosed reasons. Yeah, total s**t hole.
Pros
see above
Cons
see above
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good place to work
Load and unload trucks (Former Employee) –  Roseville, TNAugust 11, 2018
You clock in and everybody gets in a big circle stretch so everyone hurts their self management is there any time you need him ever helpful and hardest part is them hot days when you tryin to unload a truck but still not a bad place to work
Pros
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Great discounts, pay leaves something to be desired
Customer Sales Associate (Former Employee) –  OhioAugust 10, 2018
Paid less than min wage but receive commission on sales, the ability to make a decent paycheck is there but can vary allot. Some day are slow and you will make $30 in commission and other days you can make $250 . There is an issue with having a sale taken from you. I lost sales because they were friends of a higher manager or had the manager sell it while I was busy with another customer, so just watch your tickets.
Pros
Discounts, possible advancement
Cons
Low base pay
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Get away
Manager Assistant (Former Employee) –  MarylandAugust 4, 2018
Upper management is the worse. Dont care about your personal life. The company feels like they own you. 4 ft of snow on ground better show up or get wrote up or fired. However if they get a wind blowing hard in Florida they shut down and go home for days. People in wrong places making decisions. Pay is horrible for the amount of work they want you to do. I think we are well under paid
Pros
Vacation
Cons
Everything else
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Middle of the line job.
Accountant I (Current Employee) –  Juno Beach, FLAugust 1, 2018
Middle of the line job. Good for some and bad for others. Depends on your work ethic and how much you want to get paid. Good opportunity to get some corporate experience, but not recommended for long term employment. .
Pros
Work life balance
Cons
Management and pay
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Mediocre at Best
Manager (Current Employee) –  Palm Beach Gardens, FLJuly 12, 2018
Resigned within a year - leaving soon. Job was not as advertised. TBC operates as if it’s 1995. Not progressive. You will not find the latest technology or a creative, collaborative environment. 95% of the staff is very friendly and supportive the other 5% are bullies. There is a lack of training for managers as the company does not invest in its employees for long term growth. No consistency among managers for ratings, or job perks (flexible schedules or working from home). Company has its values on posters but does not live by them. They try to check off the boxes for a good company but no real commitment to employees - only care about the dollars. Company pays below market average. On the plus side- executives are highly responsive and generally have an open door policy. Laid back in that sense. Not fast paced.
Pros
Jeans on Friday, free bagels on payday, friendly staff
Cons
Benefits are meager, low pay, micro management
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