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"they're going downhill"

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Former Employee - Builder
Former Employee - Builder
Doesn't Recommend
Negative Outlook

I worked at Tuff Shed full-time (More than a year)

Pros

most of the people are easy to get along with

Cons

A LOT of hours
some of the management is not very professional
will work you to death and if you don't like it you are just kicked to the curb and they bring someone else in that is willing to work for cheap and long hours.

Advice to Management

contractors is a horrible decision. it will ruin the company.

Other Employee Reviews for Tuff Shed

  1. Helpful (2)

    "Tuff Shed Still owes me commissions on over a $120,000.00 in completed Sales"

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    Former Employee - Retail Sales Representative
    Former Employee - Retail Sales Representative

    I worked at Tuff Shed full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    great name recognition..Shed business is good in most economys..during recessions a lot of adult children moved back home making extra storage a need, there are many opportunities for sales, to city state and federal government agencies .

    Cons

    The sales person is expected to cover the Phones and play receptionist, and also to do site checks, the commission percentage is very low ..5%-6% ... Very poor insurance plan, and no other benefits
    ..I was the top salesperson in the store I worked in , and they let me go with no reason given, but I think they decided to get rid of me because they had more sales people than they need because moving the Factory to a new location .I was a very hard working dependable sales person, I find it hard to take that a company that I worked hard to bring the sales up to tops in the division didn't even give me a reason for letting me go

    Advice to Management

    I think that you have a responsibility to pay the amount of commission that you agree to pay ...when you let someone go let them know why, I am going to have this commission paid to me, but it looks like I will have to Sue Tuff Shed to get it


  2. Helpful (2)

    "Tuff Shed Review"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    Pros

    Ability to learn all aspects of the construction of the product within the factory.
    Laid back work environment.
    PTO time adds up.
    Benefits were excellent, ie; health, dental, life, etc.

    Cons

    The local management needs to get a clue. However they get their lead from the corporate leaders. There is too much of a good old boys club in management. There is no reason for the payscale to be all over the board when people are doing the same position. New hires are started out at a higher wage than existing proven employees. There needs to be one common language throughout the company

    Advice to Management

    To the management: Your business could grow if you would listen to your employees. Stop hiring church buddies and relatives to work in management without the experience. The culture is one of not knowing from one day to the next if we would have a job. Get a clue!

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