Team Lead (Former Employee) – Saraland, AL – March 22, 2018
If you have good management it's a good place to work. If you don't then you will not like working there. The last two manager just wanted to sit in the office and walk around very poor customer service on their part.
Team Lead (Current Employee) – Lancaster, SC – March 19, 2018
The clientele in this establishment make the job worth while everyday. There are some issues that could be better when it comes to the management and scheduling. Not enough training and company culture is non existent.
Team Leader (Current Employee) – Opelousas, Louisiana – March 12, 2018
Good place to work if you don't have obligations to meet monentarily. Always cutting hours. Hire too many people that are still in school and can only work certain hours. They tout customer service is first but cut back on personnel and customer service goes down. Focus too much on pushing programs like neighborhood members, power plus, credit card applications, etc. Freight days twice a week with never enough help and process has you handling merchandise 2 or 3 times before it hits the shelf. Home office always updating planograms at least 3 or 4 times a year and never give you time to get it done. Instead of promoting from within they like to hire outside the company. Hence no experience in this type of retail. This company is very hands on at all levels in the store. You do it all. From unloading trucks, stocking, operating a register, filling propane, customer load outs, to cleaning the bathrooms. If you are full time you can receive insurance. Other benefits include a 15% discount on regular priced merchandise, a bonus if your store makes sales after 90 days of employment.
Team Lead (Former Employee) – Saginaw, MI – February 19, 2018
The main focus of my job was to make sure every customer left with a positive exierience. at Tractor Supply the focus is on providing outstanding customer service, and building relationships with our customers in order to increase return business for the company. There were no typical days: one day you may be unloading feed or setting planagrams, or working the register. the only consitent thing was customers came first. Management was great, it is a fun and fuffiling place to work. The hardest part of the job was setting new seasonal floor plans. the best part of the job was helping my customers find what they needed. I learned so much about different products and how best to sell them. A fun and rewarding job.
employee discount, sales bonuses, monthy and yearly recognition.
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Lamar, CO – January 14, 2018
loved the people i worked with the manager did not know what he was doing and was very ride to his employees and did not care to have an agruement with employees in front of customers. WORST PLACE TO WORK
Team Lead (Current Employee) – Cheboygan, MI – December 30, 2017
great place if you want to work hard for nothing. you do get monthly bonus if the company makes money but it seems all they care about is money. Customers get irritated when askes 5 questions every time they come in.
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Woodstock, VA – December 9, 2017
Tractor Supply could be a wonderful company to work for. Everything is like a game to them. You have to play along and keep management happy. Your performance does not dictate whether or not you advance in the company. It is all based on your manager's opinion of you.
Team Lead (Former Employee) – Portage, MI – December 5, 2017
My most recent manager was always neurotic, and made working there extremely stressful and a whole shift of feeling like you were walking on eggshells. When I would have problems with coworkers, he would always fail to address it, and would sometimes schedule me for 10 days in a row with only a day off afterwards.
fun place to work with little leadership and order
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Cynthiana, KY – November 10, 2017
Was unable to keep a steady schedule. bounced from 30-32 hours to 40-60 hours. hard to keep a budget, at the time there wasn't any assistance from management to pick up the slack when a lower management employee was out ill but our people were always sent to cover for other stores.
Team Leader/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Colchester, CT – November 8, 2017
Work was often fast paced but fun due to excellent coworkers. Customers tended to demand excellence, and we provided it. The hardest part was unloading deliveries in a timely manner, which took practice.
Team Leader (Current Employee) – Lavale, MD – November 5, 2017
Overall, this has been a fantastic place to work. Even the customers are nice.
TSC really seems to care about both its customers and its employees. One of the ways they show this is by the monthly bonus plan. If the store makes its financial goal for the month, EVERY employee (not just the managers) earns a bonus. The bonus is based on the number of hours each employee works. So the more you work, the bigger your bonus. Everyone wins!
Probably the biggest challenges is the schedule. You might work a morning shift, afternoon shift, and evening shift all in the same week. But this seems fairly typical for retail. The manager is great about making sure the schedule is out for a two week period which makes it easier to make personal plans.