Pipefitter (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – October 25, 2018
Not the worst place but you have to work with a lot of unskilled people. Most people here get by on handshakes and smiles, not on skill or experience. The upper management seems clueless. They have mandatory after work meetings to try brainwashing workers into believing it's a great place to work.
Building Engineer (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – December 22, 2018
I was the Building Engineer for the job advertised in Phoenix. I've spent all of my career doing commercial work so this was definitely a change for me. This is a high dollar condo facility with the obvious problems that come with residential work. I was basically forced into the roll of a day porter as the one they had was consistently late, this was brought to the attention of my manager several times with no results. The building was a complete disaster when I first started, it took me roughly four months to get it to an acceptable level. The AC filters hadn't been changed since August of 2017 and the management company had no clue what equipment they had. If you like taking trash out and cleaning up dog stuff then this is the job for you. If your an expierenced commercial service tech that values respect and core values then I'd recommend that you don't work here. TDI is basically a bunch of used car salesman, they say they put employees first but there always going to side with the client. Stay away from this one, it's not a good deal.
Estimator (Current Employee) – Tempe, AZ – December 26, 2018
the people and culture of TDindustries is everything you would hope for in a career .best place I have ever worked. the potential for growth is awesome. you can move around if you feel like you want a different career path . great place to work
Business Development Consultant (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – August 11, 2018
2 years of consulting work in O&G with TDIndustries were the most rewarding experience of my professional career. This company has a very unique "serving leadership" culture that I have never seen anywhere else. Super nice people that respect and care about each other. Go for employment with this company if you are presented with an opportunity.
Public Relations Specialist (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – August 6, 2018
TD really works hard to make sure that Partners (employees) have as many opportunities as possible -- training, education, promotions, etc. Now that I'm at another company, I realize how much I miss TD's culture -- it's rare to find a place where people are so committed to their mission and to each other.
HVAC Field Service Supervisor (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – January 22, 2018
TDIndustries is a great place to work. The culture is all about servant leadership, and management is willing to help you with your carrier goals. TDIndustries offices education reimbursement, however it is on you to know what schooling and/or classes you will need or want to tack.
Training is provided, Tools are provided, Work Truck is provided, Full Benefits, and Paid Time Off
• Self-motivated, fast learning software engineer who works well independently or with a team • Additional very strong knowledge in SQL database development and support • 18 years+ of programming development experience, including expert knowledge of development and support of: o Angular, TypeScript, Webpack, ngxs, ngrx, rxjs, o Mobile Web App Design and Development (Cordova) o Ionic Mobile Framework with Angular 6+ o Responsive Designs for Desktop, Mobile, Tablet and TV’s o Web Development (Angular, nodeJS) o VB, VBScript, and VBA macro applications for the Windows environment
Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Round Rock, TX – September 12, 2018
TDI is a very good place to work, I never experienced any flack or discrimination. Your hard work dose not go unnoticed. I became permanent with the company within 3months, I got on with a good crew. The hardest part is getting use to the 12 foot ladders and hammer drilling upside down. the best part is seeing your project completed in wonderful working condition.
Facility Maintenance (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – March 28, 2018
Our contract was up at our facility and was promised if we where to not except new contract with the new company, that we would be taken care of by being relocated to another TD site. Well when that day came there where slim to no jobs available and the ones that where, they failed to mention our pay would be cut in half or forced to file unemployment. All in all wasn’t a great experience
Good place to work if you are willing to work long hours without "bothering" your supervisor. IT'S all about the $ for management, year in bonuses are lousy for the techs, but management bonuses are really bonuses! Watched as they pushed out Quality Senior leaders and demoted great managers, that wasn't part of the NEW management team. If you are in, great! If you are not, well... good luck! Really LOVED this place at the start, 5-6 years in you could see the change from top down! If you want a place that is a job, go for it. If you want a career, go somewhere else! NOT the company it portrays to the outside.
Random "special days" IF you work in the office, in the field not so much.
Office personnel "management, billing, paper pushers" forgot the techs are the ones that bring in the $, and are the face of the company in front of the customer!
TDI has a Servant Leadership management style which I believe worked very well in the corporate office. Due to the lack of dedicating a seasoned leader in the remote location that I worked in, it was rare to observe servant leadership in practice.
The job/work life balance was excellent as were the benefits. I very much enjoyed the position that I was in but was also very interested in advancing into an Executive Assistant position. Unfortunately, without growth and a dedicated leader, this was not a feasible goal.
Flexible schedule, pay was commensurate with duties, friendly work environment, training and learning opportunities.
Truly a "Great Place to Work" environment and people
Anonymous (Current Employee) – Dallas, Texas – February 17, 2015
Servant Leadership is a large part of the company culture and it is demonstrated in the open communication environment that has been created. Our CEO and senior leaders hold quarterly meetings with all employees reviewing the financial statements and critical messages. Each employee can say their opinion without fear of recourse. In fact, our opinions are welcomed.
Expectations of our performance are high, but we are empowered and are provided the proper support to meet those goals. The quality of our work as well as safety and well-being of the employee come before profits.
TD is a people-centered company, and I love coming to work each day.
Family-friendly environment where employees care for each other, Open and transparent, Focused on growing the employee
Benefits are competitive with our industry, but could be enhanced to make this an even greater place ot work.