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A typical day at TNG Retail Services comes with the challenges and opportunities based on your position and project. On the reset side, your days begin with a socially-distanced team meet outside the particular store you're about to enhance. From there, the schematic is discussed, project laid out and tasks assigned from your Team Lead. This is a very active job that keeps you moving. In many cases, as a Reset Team Member, you'll be working on section updates, moving stock out and in and matching to a planogram.
As a Remodel Team Member, this team travels from store to store, enhancing larger displays, racks and sections. It is more physically demanding than reset, but our current Team Members enjoy the challenge and gratification of seeing a newly designed section.

Should you be one of our Continuity Team Members, your days are planned around your schedule. You independently refresh sections by taking expired product off and replacing it with new. You tidy up, organize and arrange stock to planogram specifications. Depending on the particular service, you may travel from store to store throughout your day.

Answered by TNG Retail ServicesAugust 12, 2020

I used to love my job but lately it is a nightmare. Reps get the brunt of angry store managers, upset clients whose products we merchandise and lack of support from any upper management. They leave you to fend for yourself. I had a store employee use a racial slur towards me and TNG did NOTHING when I reported it. And my supervisor also openly made fun of me due to a disability.

Answered January 2, 2020

Books and magazines are dying, your gonna have to find a new specialty but I give it 5 years

Answered August 23, 2020
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