Cashier (Current Employee) – Port Arthur, TX – May 10, 2018
Working at TSC was a fun high school job, i spent my hours on the clock as a cashier and helping customers as needed. I learned how to properly run a register. The manager was never there, and the job was super easy.
Freight/Cashier (Former Employee) – Saint John, IN – May 3, 2018
A typical day at work consisted of cleaning and organizing products early in the day before customers started to come in consistently. I learned a lot about a lot. Different products and what they were for. The management was great overall exceptional, I can't say how impressed I was with all of them. Workplace was always a 'you know what you need to do so get it done and if you need help, ask'. The hardest part of the job was probably learning about the different products that the store sold and trying to help customers acquire what they needed. The most enjoyable part of the job? EVERYTHING. I loved everything about the job even the parts that weren't the most enjoyable I knew it was part of the job and loved challenging myself to work past something and become a better person because of it.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Mount Vernon, OH – April 24, 2018
I enjoyed working at TSC for as long as it lasted due to I already knew a lot about hardware and farming. i got decent discounts and made a bit more than my previous job but the manager/head of the store was horrible towards his employees and customers. He was fired by corporate after i had left to find a real job.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Clifton, TX – April 5, 2018
The day to day happenings at tractor supply are fun and quick paced. You get to enjoy working with costumers that share the same passions that you have. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a part time job as the pay is not very good and payroll cuts do not allow for enough hours to make ends meet. The hardest part of the job in my opinion is Chick Days. Tractor Supply pre-orders the amount of chicks that they think they will need and you get over run in the smaller stores which makes it hard to care for them properly.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Plymouth, IN – April 4, 2018
I like what the company is about and how it stands behind those in Agriculture, but the managers aren't the best and coworkers tend to form cliques. It was a normal, slow paced job, but it was hard to keep up with all the sales of the week. If you didn't sell more than what your manager told you, they would immediately get angry. It would be good for someone as part time job in high school, but don't recommend it as a career.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Muscle Shoals, AL – March 6, 2018
The manager that hired me was fired due to not working his required 50 hour weeks so it was a stressful time with no manager in the store for quite some time. But, the staff is good and the people care about one another.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Mineola, TX – February 14, 2018
This was my first job. It was a very good place to work at. They offer great benefits, 401k plan, paid vacation and sick days. This place generally cares about their employees and I had a great manager at the store I worked at.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Denham Springs, LA – January 30, 2018
I enjoyed my customers the most and the interactions with them. I learned a lot about domestic pets all the way to livestock. I would break down shipments, run te register, anser phones and do invoices daily.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Milledgeville, GA – January 17, 2018
Get to greet and have fun learning new things about different items and to work with chicks during chick days. Very friendly to welcoming customers pets. Also get shot vaccines. It has a clothing line of boots, pants, shirts, and selection for kids clothing. With great deals.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Glasgow, KY – January 10, 2018
I worked at the one in Glasgow, KY and I liked it at first until they started threating to fire me! I just got tired of constantly being criticized and some of the other employees were really nice but most of them weren't!
Unsafe work envioment both physically and mentally
cashier (Current Employee) – Texas – January 7, 2018
Employees are treated awful by management. Neglecting safety due to time constraints, to name calling, to coercive threats and working of the clock. Lunch breaks are frequently cut short, training is sometimes taken home as homework, etc. One of the weirdest work cultures I've ever seen, even in retail. You don't have a "job" there, you have a "lifestyle" and there is a obsessive fixation on that from the older employees there. I wouldn't recommend anyone I care about work here. I hope they get a class action lawsuit for some of their unlawful and unethical practices.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – December 28, 2017
I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Tractor Supply and would definitely work there again. The management team was well organized and more than willing to answer and questions you had or help you succeed in any way they could. The other employees were also very collaborative and willing to work as a team to get tasks done. I would definitely recommend this as a place to work for anyone looking for a positive and organized work environment.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Clovis, NM – December 7, 2017
It is slow paced and relaxed but very male favorable environment and no benefits. I had issues with the employment of minors that were not able to fully do their job, promoting drama and the lzainess of other employees.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Geneseo, NY – November 27, 2017
A typical day there wasn't one every day was different. The management was good you could always go to them with any problems concerns or questions you might of had at the time. The workplace is enjoyable. The employees are always willing to help each other out no matter the situation. The hardest part of the job i thought was at times was trying to multi-task while being at the register and cashing people out. I enjoyed working with all my co-workers and meeting new people that came in to shop.