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.
The pace is not sustainable over long periods of time.
Shipper/Receiver/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Wisconsin Rapids, WI – June 8, 2018
They cut our payroll, which meant we had less people, normally 3 to cover a 1850 sq ft building and side lot, One cashier, One manager and One cashier. It is not sustainable over a long period of time. Changed our health care plans and pricing.
TEAM LEADER (Current Employee) – Delaware, OH – June 6, 2018
Typically answering the phones, assisting customers, and trying to keep the store organized. Having to deal with distributions messy ship ins are the hardest part, it doesn't typically make sense, as well as having to hang up hundreds of signs every single week for them to only be up for like 4 days.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Milledgeville, GA – June 6, 2018
It was a blessing working there and learning the difference in the different food for pet and also all the different supplies they sold. The clothing was always really adorable. I enjoyed meeting the frequent customers and new people.
Team Member/Cashier (Former Employee) – Green Valley, AZ – June 5, 2018
It was a nice enough job. I was stuck on the cash register almost the entire time, which meant I really didn't get to learn much. The scheduling is a bit all over the place. I only saw it scheduled out to 2 weeks at the most. I do not recommend this job if you have any seasonal allergies. Spring will be your worst enemy.
Usually you have nice folks to work with who know what they're talking about, Previous boss was willing to work with my class schedule.
Hard to plan ahead since the schedule will be pretty sudden, bad for allergies, bad mix if you're still in college.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Wickenburg, AZ – June 4, 2018
It would have been a great place to work, but I could not deal with the constant drama of some of the Co workers. I loved the job itself, however, the way they mistreated a co worker of mine at the time that's disabled is what made me leave.
TEAM LEADER (Former Employee) – Oswego, NY – June 4, 2018
I worked for tractor supply for 4 years and only left due to life changes. They provide great opportunities for growth and the management was always so encouraging and flexible when it came to scheduling around school or other jobs.
Overall it is a decent job but does not have a lot of room for advancements and getting a raise is very hard even after it was promised. It is more of a part-time job, really looking for something better.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Roanoke, TX – June 2, 2018
It can be a very physical and dirty job, but you will learn all the normal retail processes. The Management is hit or miss depending on what store your at, but overall they do care about their people and the same can be for the culture of the workplace. The hardest part of the job for me was communication between management, but I feel this is a big part of retail jobs in general. I enjoy the physical part of the job and the fact that we allow animals in the store.
great full time benefits, fun people, animals, supports fundraising, physical
full time hours not even close to 40 hrs, management not always the best
Receiver/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NM – June 2, 2018
As far as the management was concerned, all they cared about was getting their egos stroked by upper management. I was cut on hours being the receiver, threatened to be written up,and tossed everything that management didn't want to do or knew about. I am letting the community know what a messed up company it is.
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Waterville, ME – June 1, 2018
Company doesn't pay well and expects a lot. The turn over was tremendous. I was assistant manager and expected to do all the work of the manager. We were always short staffed and never got our work caught up.