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TNG Retail Services
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About the company

  • CEO
    David Parry
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $5B to $10B (USD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 589 reviews and is evolving.


Retail Merchandiser in Phoenix, AZ
on June 22, 2021
Worked four-five days a week with minimum pay. New people with no experience came in and were payed more than me so I bounced. My team and lead easy to work with.
Merchadiser in Texas
on June 23, 2021
I worked here for about five years and got one .25 raise. I serviced several stores and worked very hard for very little. Heavy lifting, and no mileage paid for drive. My manager was very nice and working independently was great. But it’s not with the lack of money for what you have to do. Upper management was not very nice either.
Merchandising Associate in Indiana
on June 20, 2021
Busy workload, flexible time , full or part timeHave regular merchandising projects and once and done projects, starting pay competitive with the area, not so good with raises though.Good project mgrs. So fun atmosphere.
Overnight Grocery Reset Merchandiser in Beaverton, OR
on June 15, 2021
I'll start off with if you take public transportation, do NOT even think about applying here. Expect to travel at least 2 hours on the bus per day for most locations. Even if you drive the distances you will have to travel are ridiculous but at least you get reimbursed for it.My favorite part of the job is the co-workers I have met, most of them are funny and good to work with. I also liked how you were expected to manage your own time, until they changed their tune 2 weeks later and started forcing our team to go as fast as possible and then getting angry when we messed up. I had a manager harp on a couple small mistakes I made 3 separate times in the course of an hour while I was trying to work. It felt very demeaning and mean spirited, especially because I was a new hire and had only been on their team for 2 weeks.The communication isn't great and if they change your schedule randomly you are expected to be aware of it yourself, even if it is within an hour of your shift starting. If you take the bus that sucks because you need to plan out your route in advance. By the way you are not allowed to be more than a single minute late so if you get lost, run into bad traffic, or even if you are on time but cannot find where they are in the store because every layout is different before 8:01 you will be considered late. I was late twice once by 4 minutes and the other by 8 minutes and even though I had called to let them know I got a written warning because I apparently didn't "do it the right way".I will warn while the wage seems good, the amount of work you actually have to do isn't worth it. They really should be paying people at least $18 an hour because its about as physically demanding as a warehouse job. The worst though is the inconsistent hours. You may be scheduled for a 10 hour shift but in my own experience you'll probably go home early most days. I had been sent home so many times due to there being nothing to do that I couldn't afford my rent with this job alone. Definitely not a reliable source of money.
Merchandiser in dayton oh
on June 12, 2021
Started out fine. Training was okay. Then they added stores to my route without asking me if I was willing to to work there. Pressure to do certain jobs because they needed people. I had THREE different supervisors with conflicting messages from all of them about what was expected.

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My recruiter told me the wage, asked where I lived, and made sure I was available to work a certain amount of hours. She was just happy to get a positioned filled and said so herself. It made me question working for this company and my worse fears came true. There is a reason they have positions open.

Shared on May 13, 2018

Overall knowledge or merchandising as well as traveling from store to store with your own transportation

Shared on November 15, 2017

They usually ask if you have previous merchandising experience. How far you are willing to travel. Are you a TEAM PLAYER type of questions. If you have a SMART PHONE and daily access to a computer/tablet with internet. Very easy, laid back interview and hiring process. Some of their job postings are geared towards MOTHERS/FATHERS with children in school, (because they offer flexible hours/short shifts while kids are in school) retirees or part-time work to SUPPLEMENT your OTHER JOB and needing to make extra money, so no need to HIDE the fact that you have children or another job or responsibilities. They usually have positions that are VERY flexible.

Shared on October 27, 2017

TNG Retail Services locations

Smyrna, GA
Houston, TX
Atlanta, GA
Orlando, FL
Las Vegas, NV

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