TCC has a great group of Brands waiting at the door for the chance to succeed.
Manager (Former Employee) – American Fork, UT – June 15, 2018
Frequent turnover in the upper management positions. This causes instability in the over all business planning and execution of business goals. It is a great family of brands waiting for support and attention.
Great people to work with in the production and support area's.
One of the worse Managed Companies I have that seen that is traded on the market. You get Absolutely no sales training, no customer service training - why because they give positions to people just out of college with zero experience and make the a manager!! The VP of sales are a joke - there is no goal setting, no training on tonality, voice inflection, NADA - their inside sales team is a joke. Only training is on products. You can be on a call with a client and people are laughing and joking in the background and management says zip. You never once see the CEO come by and introduce herself or ask you how things are going - no she is too good to do that. You don't exist to the CEO. Forget about raises here they don't happen. You have zero room to advance and I saw a CFO & and 2 attorney's resign and people in higher positions leave a lot. No information is really shared in marketing or other dept's - managers have no authority to fire anyone so people goof off and nothing is done, bonus money is also a joke
not a hard job, free lunch a few times a month
no 401 k, benefits stink, no raises -dead end position
Web & Digital Assets Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 7, 2015
Twinlab is a 40 year legacy brand that manufactures products to help it's consumers maintain health and vitality, which makes the company and it's products a place you are proud to work for. In addition, the great employees make coming to work every day a truly enjoyable experience. Historically, some of the issues at this company have been the lack of communication and strategic, long-term planning from management to employees, resulting in lots of last minute scrambling on projects.