Large Company, Many Responsibilities, Compensation falls below Level of responsibility
North American Cost Analyst (Current Employee) – Beachwood, OH – June 27, 2018
Large company that is good to work for in the beginning then the work, responsibilities and expectations grow quickly. I normally work a 10-11 hour day which increases drastically (70+hours) during planning season. Communication is an issue even in a small department. On too many occasions I have been expected to learn and execute new (to me) and complex operations and functions without the any forewarning. This only adds hours and frustration to a workday.
Roofing (Current Employee) – Ohio – April 26, 2018
Work days are long and you determine how much you work or do not work. Must be self driven. Learn new things everyday about the low-slope roofing industry. Management has to much of an analytical thinking process. Workplace culture is at an all time low right now. Rep moral is low. There are new internal hurdles everyday with this job. Corporate is finding more and more ways to do whats easiest and best for them while providing minimal support to the reps. Working with client and solving their problems is the most enjoyable part of this job.
pay, hours, benefits
minimal rep support at a corp level, culture and moral is low
Managed all aspects of a Regional Sales territory. Sold product to the new Commercial construction industry. Worked out of home office and traveled extensively in car. Excellent and immediate support from Corporate facility and staff.
Roof cleaning/Diesel Truck Technician (Former Employee) – Rochester, ny – October 20, 2017
When working here you become part of the family, everything you do is supervised and professional, management is extremely helpful and the team team you work with make your time there memorable and fulfilling
I enjoyed working at Tremco and would gladly go back if I could receive my pay at leaving. I voluntarily ended my employment due to unforeseen circumstances. A decision I regret to this day. I really enjoy batch making. Its my chosen field and what I want to do for the rest of my life
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Ashland, OH – June 21, 2017
Corrupt management, long hours and low pay. I would only advise working here if you are truly desperate. Go find another job anywhere else. They have no respect for the sacrifices of the working class and will throw you under the bus whenever it suit them.
Assistant Regional supervisor Great Lakes region (Former Employee) – Beachwood, OH 44122 – June 18, 2017
Working for Tremco has been an honor. With the market of roofing and waterproofing materials, Tremco has become a world renown corporation. A medical condition has forced me to leave the roofing career.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – June 8, 2017
This company is old school. Too old school. The management of this company is way out of touch with the real world competition in the marketplace and way out of touch with how to approach the modern construction industry.
Roofing Laborer (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – May 12, 2017
Good job if you are not afraid of heights. decent hours, work/life balance. good environment non hostile. employees seem generally ok with everything they do and have i.e. hours, pay, tools, responsibilities etc.
No respect to employees. Supervisors are inadequate, usually wouldn't get a job at Burger King. Illiterate, unable to make decisions unless they call someone else first. I feel they are scared to discipline incase they themselves are brought to higher management's attention. They pay low wages, which is there way to force employees to work overtime. Most of all, in my experience they have very little reguard for safety. Unless it happens right in front of them, then they don't want to know. I give Tremco .5 out of 10 for being a good company.