When I first started here, I was very excited to try something new. I always enjoy challenging myself in my work ethics and I had worked one previous time at a lumber yard. I got hired because of my experience which I very much appreciate! The down side is how management schedules employees. Mornings at my store are always guaranteed to come out with an angry customer that felt like their needs weren't met because we're short staffed. Thing is, we are not, we have plenty of employees to schedule, my manager just doesn't care to accommodate for it? maybe It's corporate that won't give them more hours? regardless, it makes it difficult for everyone. management is also younger than me and it shows. They can be unprofessional, quick tempered, and in my eyes, doesn't have what it takes to run a store... time will only tell. My coworkers are great, everyone is pretty much on the same page about everything.
the hardest part of TSC is they believe in equal opportunity, that means if you're a female, you will be loading 50lbs dog food bags into a truck, making a pick list for the empty bins driving a fork lift once you're certified, and you will be stocking on a tall ladder
Basically doing things to make your back ache at night. Customers are okay, I feel like they can see me drained of the job.
I don't plan on sticking around much longer but that's through my own personal goals and quotas I'm trying to meet. If you like to be slightly overworked, sassed by management, and paid an okay amount, TSC is the place for you.
hour lunch, fun at times
management needs improvement