TNG Retail Services
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Can’t inform employee of upcoming time off huge surprise not in a good way!!
Cant listen to music

Can’t drink water

Always micro managed

Clean even though not job description

No gas or mileage reimbursement

Managers aren't professional looking or acting

Pay is not good considering it’s a part time in the first place can’t survive with the current pay

comradery Doesn’t exist All for one so they say!!!!

It’s a hard job in the first place you think leniency in small doses would be orderly

Former employee

Washington state

Answered May 21, 2020

Business casual. Nice blouse and slacks
You are representing TNG.

Answered January 17, 2020

Just be aware of the small amount of hours you will be working.

Answered March 11, 2020

Satisfying and serene. You get into a zone and it goes by fast.

Answered January 17, 2020

The company finally went to devices that are paid for by them. It is still a good idea to have a cell phone with you since company devices do not even call 911 or your supervisor.

Answered January 2, 2020

Hours are determined by the concentration of retail locations within a geographic region and can be up to 25 hours per week but typically average 10-15 per week. Service days are normally Monday through Friday during normal day time business hours.

Answered by TNG Retail ServicesJuly 7, 2016

A Recruiter calls for a phone interview and asks a series of questions to determine if your qualifications meet the requirements of the job. The questions are generally about your retail experience and if you know how to read and use a plan o gram. They also ask if you have access to a computer, printer, email, and smart phone as these items are needed to perform the job. The recruiter discusses your availability to make sure you can work the schedule assigned to the area you are interviewing for.

Answered by TNG Retail ServicesJuly 7, 2016

Very rare, after minimum wage went up, i was making the same as a new hire and i worked for them almost 9 years

Answered April 3, 2020

No reference check, no background check, no drug checks

Answered January 6, 2019
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