Team Leader (Current Employee) – Manassas, VA – May 11, 2018
When I started with the company they were a good place to work. They placed an emphasis on their "missions and values". That was six years ago and now the company has gone downhill. They have placed a greater emphasis on chasing the dollar at the expense of company morale. Their "missions and values" are still touted as being something that they follow, but they routinely work counter to them. All in all, I do not recommend taking a job at this company at this time.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Rochester, NH – May 24, 2018
I was new to the job. They never did tell me where anything went and expect me to know and know what everything was. I had many angry customers since I did not know much. With the angry customers and the ungodly amount of hours they gave me, I did not enjoy my time here.
I have been with Tractor Supply for a total of 15 years and I have enjoyed about 13 of those years, I have helped with training managers, receivers, team leaders and cashiers. I feel like I have devoted a lot of my time and energy into training managers to only be denied the chance to advance myself.
Asst. Mgr (Current Employee) – Sierra Vista, AZ – May 23, 2018
large work load, yet no help to complete that work load. lack of challenge to merchandise your store to support your customers base need. payroll cuts continue to happen yet more metrics to meet at front end for team members
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Saline, MI 48176 – May 23, 2018
Management has scheduled items for employees made out when you come in so you know where and what you are doing. Small staff, so you do various things to keep things fresh and work doing different tasks.
Relaxed dress code. Wear shorts in hot weather.
Pets allowed in store, but no clear directions on leashes or control.
A typical day at work is running register and front facing the shelves. I have learned how to use people skills to increase sales. The hardest part of the job is definitely having to deal with hard customers.
Team Lead closing Floor Manager (Former Employee) – Blytheville, AR – May 19, 2018
I was the closing night floor manager/Team Lead. I worked 5 to 8 hours a day depending on workload. Great team players friendly customers. hardest part of the job was not getting the hours, best part of the job was making the customers happy. I loved my team and i loved my job.
Team Member (Current Employee) – De Soto, IA – May 16, 2018
Tractor Supply upper managment didnt acually care about you and what wages are they just care about how much money they are making. I really hope that they turn around and see how they have moved from the core values.
Very productive and always busy and a lot of things need to be done
Crew Member (Current Employee) – Spanaway, WA – May 16, 2018
Tractor supply always has things for me to do, there is never nothing to do. A typical day for is going to work and doing a dog, cat, and bird pick list. I go to the back room and get the feed that needs to go on the shelves, and then i put it away. After that i go to the feed room and start stocking the shelves and dropping the feed pallets with the forklift. During the time i am dropping feed i am usually getting load outs, which means taking feed to customers cars and loading it for them. Also, filling propane tanks at the same time.
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) – Delavan, WI – May 16, 2018
This is a great job for if you don’t have any bills to pay. Management is very clicky and extremely rude , get screamed at for asking to take a break, have to ask every time to use the bathroom when your up front. Very hostile work environment , they have no idea how to train new employees or fit them in. Defiantly not worth the stress or time.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Lebanon, IN – May 16, 2018
This is nothing more than a temp job. Don't look for advancements. They would rather higher outside people than promote a long time employee. Managers are awful and self-centered. High turn over rate and terrible pay!
no breaks, short lunch, bad management, no advancements
Team Lead Manager (Current Employee) – Fallston, MD – May 15, 2018
I am constantly micro managed and ridiculed in public. Your suppose to be able to walk into a Tractor Supply and not know who the real boss is but our GM lets everyone know he is the main boss. Even if you know the answer to a customers question he will purposely tell you that you are wrong in front of customers to try and degrade you and then he will give the same answer .
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Hattiesburg, MS – May 14, 2018
Tractor Supply claims that customer service, ethics, and integrity are part of their values when 9 out of 10 times they value unethical means by non-management to create drama and run store. Management means nothing to them. a typical day is where shelves are empty or old sales still posted but not valuing customer to honor prices displayed on items. No assistance is given when lines are backed up or for carry outs, and God forbid it should rain and a customer want propane, employees are scared to get wet.