Technician (Former Employee) – Hicksville, NY – October 14, 2018
I worked at Tcc for a few years I learned alot there and also owe them for the advanced career I have now if not for the bad infrastructure I would have not sought out better positions in life to move forward
Self-employed general contractor (Former Employee) – New Castle Delaware – March 23, 2019
Paid vacation paid time off paid holidays benefits dental vision Medical insurance also 401K offered matching Foreman's after 90 days received company trucks and a bonus work and take home private use of work trucks
Employer and Foreman would work with employees hands on no hollering no arguing with employees
Sometimes staying out of town overnight jobs for a way
Sales (Former Employee) – Plymouth, IN – September 4, 2018
During my tenure with TCC I watched the stresses placed on Store Managers increase exponentially. To the point that it drove many of the current managers out of the company. Many of the senior managers seem to be a little out of touch with what goes on at the store level, but everyone that I met with TCC seemed to be genuinely good people.
Technological Advisor (Former Employee) – Ohio – June 18, 2018
Expect your pay structure to change. Mine did 5 times in 2 years. The focus is only adding devices, not actually helping customers. The people I worked with and most managers were good, but the company expectations and the way they evaluate employees are both ridiculous and ever-changing. The busy work makes you feel like a telemarketer. My region literally had everyone document what they did at all points during their shift. Micromanagement at its worst.
Filing Assistant (Former Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – May 18, 2018
The place was always pretty relaxed and I feel like I was always able to do whatever work they gave me. The people I worked under were nice and willing to work with my school schedule. The hardest part was how much you had to handle at a time. There were a lot of papers to go through and organize. Other than that I can't complain.
I worked for this company for about a year and durning that time the company had gone through 5 yes 5 Regional Managers (they are currently in the process of highering another) and 5 or 6 pay structure / commission structures. I am sure many of you must see that this was pretty stressful for us employees as we NEVER knew when or how our pay or structure would change. Our most recent was my favorite of all because they decided to drop our pay from 14 dollars an hour down to 8 dollars an hour. Yes they did raise our comision to 17% but when you actualy do the math that means you have to make atleast $9000 dollars in gross profit per rep each month to break even with your pay at $14 an hour. A "good" month for a decent employee is 6 - 8 thousand a month not including the months like January- March when you are LUCKY to make 3 thousand in gross profit. The only thing that I can really say about the company is that we had some amazing benefits and managers but unfortunately most left after the pay cut or didn't make it past the "minimum" (unrealistic) standards of the company through the month of November. Oh and they JUST did a lot of the "letting go" today about two weeks before Christmas. A lot of these representatives have familys who were depending on this job for christmas. If you would like to apply for this company more power to you but you were warned.
TA (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 27, 2017
I was hired on as a full time tech adviser at $13.50 and hour base plus commission. They have recently dropped the hourly to $8.00 and hour and increased the commission percentage which basically leaves you making what you made hourly before but no commission. They have also added on new "minimum quotas" you have to meet or you are terminated the following month.
Manager (Former Employee) – Toledo, OH – November 12, 2017
If you want to work at a company where your job is threatened daily, where you are promised commission and then 5 days until the end of the month they change the commission structure then this is the job for you. The turnover for sales reps is only 5 months. Because they realize that it is impossible for them to make commission.
Village Public Safety Officer (Former Employee) – Allakaket, AK – October 11, 2017
working for tcc was very experiencing work with all kinds of agencies. I had to work with Alaska state troopers in very scary situation and talk with high school students. travel to tcc remote villages to serve. Talk and help set up tribal meetings for the village.