Executive global program manager (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – October 3, 2018
The time spent at TSI was valuable to my future and provided an excellent learning ground for my advancement. Was able to travel and deliver great programs to a variety of industries, cultures and people.
Fun Place to Work with But no Career Path Planning
Manager (Former Employee) – Addison, TX – August 28, 2018
Despite its continuous expansion, its structure is still pretty much run like a family corporation. There is not much room for growth and there is no formal or professional Human Resources Professionals assisting in performance metrics and career path planning. No clear job descriptions and KRA's defined. Culture is very warm and professional with the exception of one or 2 senior managers.
Paid Time Off, Flexible Schedules, Work from Home Option
You can be laid off without any warning. No reasons given on performance.
Senior Technician (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – August 24, 2018
I began work at TSI with a great manager, an excellent work environment, and a positive company outlook for long term career placement, but unfortunately, he parted ways with the company. The subsequent management and treatment of employees was a great deal less than desirable. TSI went from a growing company of 10 employees with an increasing market share of business in the Kansas City area to a downsized tax write off of just 4.
Director of Engineering & Support (Former Employee) – Dumfries, VA – August 10, 2018
I've had the pleasure of building a great team. I would have stayed had it not been for the lack of financial planning on the CEO's part. I recommend if you do apply, keep in mind that money will always be a topic of conversation.
QC/QA-ENGINEER TECHNICIAN II (Former Employee) – Fort Hood, TX – August 7, 2018
A typical day at work. Corporate resided out of state. Not much interactions with their employees. Cannot give further tips because the company will not exist in the future. All employees were laid off on july 31st of 2018
Temporary Employee (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – June 21, 2018
I really enjoyed the work at this job since it was a engineering based entry level position. I did excellent for the first week and learned about 75% of what needed to be done on the job, which would typically take other people more than a month to learn.
The problem is that the Trainers are not trained to be professional and treat other new employees with respect.
These types of jobs are hands on jobs and since the rate of production and quality of work is important to the company when product needs to be pushed, it is all hands on deck and things are hectic. But, that is not really a problem if you enjoy the work and understand high volume production times.
The problem is when your trainer wants to do all the work and not let you learn by doing so that you can independently do work and become part of the team effort.
I got along with the other engineers and staff at this company and did not want to leave, but my trainer was horrible.
2 Lunches, Several Breaks, Paid Time Off, Healthcare after Perm Hire, Career Advancement
Program Coordinator (Current Employee) – Bloomington, IN – March 15, 2018
Be aware if you are a good worker it will be taken advantage of and not appreciated. Being verbally abused and physically abused is typical but not every day though. Management isn't very helpful, they say they are a phone call away but don't answer their phones. The professionalism is very lacking. Be prepared to work over your shift, some staff are not very reliable.
payroll isn't always accurate, working lunch, no breaks, can get stuck working past your shift