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27 days ago

SprinklerTechnician IV

Tyco Dallas, TX

of equipment/system malfunctions. Contact customer representative and ascertain equipment/systems problems. Perform… Tyco

23 days ago

Territory Manager - Mechanical

Tyco Dallas, TX

Tyco Fire Protection Products (TFPP) is a business unit of the Tyco Fire & Security Division, one of three business segments in Tyco. We are a… Tyco

7 days ago

Commercial Account Executive - TycoIS

Tyco Fort Worth, TX

The Commercial Sales Executive is responsible for promoting and selling Tyco Integrated Security services and technology within an assigned… Tyco

16 days ago

Service Technician

Tyco Fort Worth, TX

of equipment/system malfunctions. Responsible to contact customer representative and ascertain… Tyco

5 days ago

Fire Sprinkler System Installer III

Tyco Fort Worth, TX

Fire Sprinkler Installation employees are responsible for the installation, service, and repair of fire protection systems including: wet, dry… Tyco

27 days ago

Entry Level Sales – Recent Graduates/Military Welcome – Training & Development P

Tyco Fort Worth, TX

The Small Business Sales Representative will focus on creating market share for Tyco Integrated Security by selling their products and services to… Tyco

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    Hide your kids, hide your wife, hide your husbands.

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    Current Employee - Administrative Assistant in Santa Fe Springs, Los Angeles, CA
    Current Employee - Administrative Assistant in Santa Fe Springs, Los Angeles, CA

    I have been working at Tyco full-time (more than 5 years)


    A few of the manager were solid and leaders.

    Some of the support staff are really good people.

    Most of the field staff are solid.

    The product is solid.


    It's too hop heavy. As they lay off core employees, say we are in the red, state we need to cut back on company events they are hiring managers and more managers.

    Most of the managers have kids that work there or have brought in a family friend. I can't this of a recent hire who was not related someone who already works there. And these related people get special treatment.

    HR reps are hard to get a hold of. There is a person handle some of the HR stuff locally but they can't make any real choices.

    Too much drama, too much gossip, too much decade/s old hatreds, and too many people just seeing it as place to beat their chests.

    88% of managers rule only by intimidation.

    People are pitted against each other for far too many reasons.

    Hard working people are laid off while management's favorites/kids are kept on.

    Managers hire their kids as 'temp' employees who have little to no experience and tasking employee have not been trained to train the new kids.

    Hard to get instruction in writing from management and when it comes it's only to scare people.

    Field staff who have decaled cars are monitored too much; if they go over the company speed limit (65mph) for more than few seconds, to many stops on the way home, unpaid drive time for even though California labor laws seem to say it should be paid.

    There is " don't make a scene because we can make your life hard here or lay you off".

    People who mention labor laws or right don't last too long.

    Hard to get need tools to field staff.

    Many field staff use own tools.

    Passive aggressive to "all" emails and "reply all" emails.

    Safety is a joke. The only time the did anything was before an audit. If you work here just grab your bag and run in case of an event.

    Manager have friends and family visit a lot.

    Different departments use different filing and cataloging practices even though all the department work at the same customer sites.

    Constant management turn over and new managers not trying to learn about staff roles and jobs.

    With management turn over comes their need to prove themselves, they often start by moving staff cubicles, then they try to change core tasks between the admins, once they realize the work slow down while people finish on job and start another is too long they switch back to the original tasks.

    Hard to transfer to another office unless you move.

    Very poor communication, a general communication will go out but it's not clear if it's a "cover our butts" email or it is an "do this" email.

    People yell at each other.

    People have crying fits.

    It's all about the bean counting.

    Out dated database.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Can't say anything you have not heard before...maybe it's from counting your annual bonus, or the party/sales trips , or all the company cars you have that is drowning out the reason and logic.

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