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Stop taking risks on making a “corporate style” company, when the cellphone industry is at a standstill. Doing this in the past has led to decreased wages, unhappy veteran employees, and the need for us to push unneeded products on every customer. When conversion rate becomes a reason to keep a job, your employees feel trapped and uneasy.

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I feel great about going to work every day! I left TCC 3 months ago.

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It is exactly opposite of what they advertise. Employees DO NOT matter. The mass terminations prove that. Customers matter but only as far as they can be squeezed for every cent then thrown away. To be honest TCC does do good in their communities. Scott Moorehead hasn't bungled that part up yet.

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Good enough..
At least 37 hours a week.

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You will NEVER EVER NEVER see one as a sales rep, and there are phantom pay cuts all the time when they reduce the pay out on the items sold. iPhones used to pay the rep over 100 bucks now they are barely 60. You can get a raise if your a Regional Director though TCC takes great care of them, they don't have any risk and get all the benefits.

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You may find customers you enjoy working with, and maybe an employee or manager that you like, however you will hate yourself for putting up with the abuse they heap on you on a daily basis with the constant job threats and being told your never good enough for your job. That's how i feel

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Asked about the culture of good, previous sales experience, and working with others

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