TCF Inventory Finance Reviews
Pros – Good vacation and good benefits
Cons – Job just wasn't for me.
Advice to Senior Management – No longer open in Georgia.
Pros – Jeans every day
Most colleagues were friendly
Keurig machine in the break area
Cons – Nepotism - If you aren't a relative, you are 2nd class.
Behind the Times With Technology - No established IT processes. PMO exists in name only. Not prepared for SOX audits. They write their documentation for the audit rather than to accomplish project goals. To book a conference room, you have to go to an empty cubicle and write your meeting day and time on a calendar.
Advice to Senior Management – Your IT managers are really clueless.
Go into the ladies room every day at 10 or so... one of the employees takes a nap. (but it's ok - nepotism)
Tell your employee not to wear a totenkopf pin in front of the Jewish contractor. That was really rude and not good for team building.
Pros – Steady income
Corporate credit card
Cons – Too much nepotism
Health insurance premiums have gone up each year, while coverages have decreased
Minimal room for growth
Advice to Senior Management – Get a grip on your managers. Most of them don't have a clue on how to manage, but have the positions they have because of someone they know. There is too much nepotism & favoritism. If you are going to lay people off, then don't hire your family.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – Jeans everyday, great coworkers, annual bonuses
Cons – Low amount of holidays off
Advice to Senior Management – Keep doing what your doing
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – Good work life balance, nice office with gym and food offerings located in the building, monthly all employee meetings are a good way to get an idea of what the Company's goals are, and what the financials of the firm are, middle level managers are very solid
Cons – The atmosphere is pretty boring, high cube walls so you can't really converse with your co-workers, not sure what the upward mobility was
Advice to Senior Management – Think about ways to make the workplace fun, and to reward employees for good performance
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – TCF Inventory Finance does a great job informing employees and keeping them in the mix of what's going on within the company. Senior management is very friendly and knowledgable which creates an enjoyable, professional atmosphere -- Their doors are always open for questions, which is very accommodating.
Cons – Although TCF Inventory Finance is continually growing, the room for career advancement is slim. Applying to internal positions is encouraged, but positions are limited.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
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Pros – Independence. Not having to report to an office each day & working individually in the field without someone to bother you.
Cons – Policies are very inept. Most of the people in Upper Management are ex-GE employees so they only hire people they know. There is very little offered in growth or promotions. The Territory Managers have NO management training & do not know how to properly manage people. Everyone below management including office staff are treated very poorly. The company bought out several portfolios from Textron Financial, but did not bring over the creative & smart managers that were in place at Textron. The benefits are under-par compared to Textron & other financial firms.
Advice to Senior Management – Re-evaluate your practices. Just because you worked with someone at GE, doesn't mean they are qualified. You also need to step up the benefits compared to the benefits that are offered at GE & Textron Financial.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend