Store Manager (Current Employee) – Sterling, VA – March 5, 2013
the company has great benefits if you have a family and kids home and work balance can be difficult because we work 6 days a week and 4 the following week 11 hr shifts the company needs to work on equal opportunity values the company is also driven around collection when they promote it as a sales job with the proper training you can go far with the company it is just unfortunate that there are not too many good leaders within the company
currently they are opening new stores, room for growth
11 hr shifts, use personal vehicle at least two times a day for company
I loved this job as a store manager until a new district manager took over our region. He made it very clear from the onset, he wanted to hire his own people to take over our stores and that is what he did.
store (Former Employee) – Chatsworth, GA – November 10, 2018
it would've been a awesome job but they don't give but one break for a 8-7 job I loved it I felt the actually person over the title max region was a butt but I did my job to my fullest and left due to my child being sick
General Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 7, 2018
I started in an SM role. recently promoted to GM and have since not gotten any training, after 3 months in position I was told my replacement had already been hired. I just can't believe I wasted almost 2 years with a company that doesn't invest in their people and is quick to remind you how unimportant you are and replaceable. Benefits are terrible and you may as well forget about your family because you'll be working all the time and through every holiday.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Phenix City, AL – November 2, 2018
Company CEO needs to come in and sit with managers and staff to see how the busy runs on a day to day basis. This way they can tell how the store is training its employees on how to do loans or notate system the correct way
General Manager (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – October 31, 2018
Aside from feeling like the devil because you're taking advantage of people during a hard time, TMX Finance doesn't give you the tools to succeed. Nor, do they really care about their employees. All they care about is the bottom line.
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Covington, GA – October 28, 2018
No work life balance, Higher Management only cares about them selves and not their employees even the ones that has been working with them for years! The only thing good I could say is that the pay is good once you move up to Management and they do promote within the company!
Assistant store manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 18, 2018
I enjoyed working here because I enjoyed putting smiles on customers faces when they come in in need. I also enjoy the fact that we just came out with the app that puts customers in control of their accounts.
Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a review, we are thrilled to hear about your positive experience at the Company. It is important that we know what we’re doing right in order for us to continue to improve.
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TMX focuses on Talent and Developing their current talent as one of their main focus points. There are mentor programs, new hire programs and a lot of training and developing programs to ensure career growth with internal candidates as well as they focus on hiring top talent. The Corporate office provides a wide range of flexibility for transfers, growth, and promotions.
Thank you for leaving a review! In 2015, we stopped certain collection activities Company-wide, including visits to customers' homes and places of work, and we updated our policies and procedures accordingly. Our goal is to provide a positive, engaging work environment for our team members.
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General Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 25, 2018
TMX is a pumped up mom and pop operation / No real direction , blood sucking their customers putting them in loans with astronomical interest rates..
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The job wouldnt be so bad if management was so poor. Also the company seems to care more aboutt he big head than regular employees. Regardless of your job title I feel everyone deserves the same respect. If you ever decide to work avoid working under loan servicing if possible. the director have a nasty attitude and regardless of the complaints no one seems to cares but the immdiate employees affected. I really hope this anonymously
management, pto is horrible here, company benefits are way too expensive, . no company inscentives, private own company so can be fired for anything
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We appreciate your feedback, thank you so much for leaving a review. It is important for us to recognize constructive criticism; we will be sure to review your suggestions with our management team.