Dal-Tile Employee Reviews

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Terrible work environment
Warehouse Worker (Current Employee) –  Massachusetts1 September 2016
Lazy and unorganized management who are not open to suggestions to improve the work place in anyway, which spreads to long time employees, no incentive to work harder, favoritism run rampant, putting the stress of keeping up production on a few underpaid employees. The buck certainly does not stop here, don't know how they keep people.
Pros
Free tee shirts from vendors
Cons
Environment, management, compensation
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former permanent employee of 10+ years
glaze line, sorting, (Former Employee) –  Muskogee, OK19 May 2016
Management is awful, Benifits are horrible. No sick days. Run on a point system. If your one second late clocking in from a 30 minute lunch break you get a strike against you. Every 6 months if you have perfect attendance, you get a free day and then when you want to use it you can't. You're lucky to even know you acquire that free day because management will not let you know. Management also show extreme favoritism. Human resources is a joke within itself. I wouldn't recommend my enemies to work for this company.
Pros
off three days
Cons
layoffs during holidays, no bonus, no raise in 3 yeara
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Productive and fast paced work environment
Sales Service Center Manager (Current Employee) –  Amarillo, TX24 March 2016
Managing a small store there is never a slow day. We have corporate initiatives and tasks we have to get done with varying deadlines as well as handling all day to day tasks with just 4 people (myself and 3 employees). Work/Life balance for a manager is not very good, it's very difficult for a manager of a smaller store to get free time after hours or to leave for an extended period of time (i.e. vacation).

The company culture is excellent and despite being a large company, it still holds on to the small family owned company feel. Most people within the company are pleasant to deal with and the company does a great job of placing people.
Pros
Challenging & great culture
Cons
Long hours for salary positions - Job Work/Life Balance
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Team of hardworking men,mixed culture,love and collaboration.
ORKLIFT DRIVER,Machine Operator. (Current Employee) –  Sunnyvale, TX19 November 2016
Comprehensible supervisor ,good training and certificates awards,education sponsored programs and good benefits.Industrial safety is a prime focus to production.
Pros
Discreational launch, packages and awards
Cons
Inadequate staff
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Warehouse labor, Forklift operator (Current Employee) –  Denver, CO5 September 2016
Awesome work enviroment. Set schedule, day goes by fast. Pay is decent. Benefits, 401k offered. Works around your schedule somewhat. 40 hours a week, time and a half if you go into over time.
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The work conditions could be better, benefits could be better and pay could be better
Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) –  Dickson, TN.12 August 2016
Could be a good place to work if the conditions for employees were a higher priority along with better pay and better benefits
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Puts employess last..
Customer Service/Inside sales (Former Employee) –  Fort Worth, TX6 February 2016
Benefits low quality. Management rarely at locations to "manage" store. Pay is not equal. Employees with less experience and less time at company will be paid more. Not much room for advancement, especially for a female. No female management at any stores.

Customers that visit stores are great however. Customers are not treated fairly by management and sales reps. Only the larger accounts get tended to. Smaller customers are overlooked.

Job itself is very easy. Coworkers for the most part feel like family as long as you work there.
Pros
great customers, easy job, paid vacation
Cons
benefits, compensation
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Not very team like.
Sales rep ll (Former Employee) –  Houston tx5 July 2016
I was let go after being recruited having 15 years in the local market. Had outstanding sales for 4 years but could not get on same page per new boss of 5 months. Lacks direction and feedback from any part of management technically one boss to report to but many "bosses" telling you to do conficting things. You better not say anything about that or you will be on the radar for termination even if you have great numbers. Good old boy club with huge business run like a small distributor. Company thinks they are bullet proof even when bleeding market share.
Pros
Some good people trying very hard in poor environment.
Cons
Very negative and no motivation to improve.
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Lots of hard work, little management.
Warehouse (Current Employee) –  Ny15 September 2015
Have worked in a completely understaffed location in NY so everyone needs to pull twice their weight, management refuses to hire new employees citing budgetary concerns yet has weekly golf outings and almost daily customer luncheons, we were scolded when a company rep from a trucking company bought the warehouse team a pizza because "it's unprofessional to take food/gifts from customers," this coming from a manager in flip flops coming back from lunch with a customer.

Tight nit group of employees but the management team in my location at least is very self serving, no room for advancement, promotions only through transfers.
Pros
Decent pay, benefits, decent hours
Cons
Shoddy management, short to nonexistent breaks.
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Excellent company to work for. They had passion for the company and excelled at their jobs.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) –  Dallas, TX2 November 2016
My typical day began with making coffee and cleaning the conference rooms. Making sure there was proper supplies in the kitchen. Greeting vendors, clients, building maintenance and all visitors. Making sure they find the person they came to visit. Assisted building maintenance to the location of the issue they were to work on. Ordering Company ID's for all in Corporate Office and the individual Apartment Complex's Employees as well. Ordered office supplies and coffee supply's. Answered multiple phones.
Backup for the person who received incoming customer complaints calls. Worked closely with Apartment Managers and others in their office. I didn't see the hardest job, only dealing with the different personality's at the front desk. The most enjoyable part was working for my Manager and my Supervisor. They were most pleasant to deal with and easy to work for.
Pros
Great Coffee, Great Kitchen
Cons
Location was far to travel to. It was only a Temporary Job.
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Credit Analyst (Current Employee) –  Dallas, TX9 August 2016
good boy system , you know how that goes.

favoritism, no advancement , HR is just as bad as management as well.

it is a good place to start if you need a job but do not plan on staying here long
Pros
onsite clinic
Cons
favoritism
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Great place to gain experience
Customer Service Representative II (Current Employee) –  Haltom City, TX10 July 2016
customer service
work with great people
new management quarterly
weekends and holiday off
met some great customers
hardest part pleasing every
Pros
meet new people
Cons
management changes very pften
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great job
Forklift operator, Customer Service (Former Employee) –  Blue Ash, OH15 July 2016
A typical day at work was pretty laid back but quick paced with multiple duties to handle. I learned how to be computer savvy and I learned a lot about tile and how to lay tile. my co-workers were pretty cool, the hardest part of the job was doing 3 or 4 different jobs at once due to the skeleton crew but we made it work. The enjoyable parts of the job were the times we hung after work.
Pros
great atmosphere
Cons
none
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Productive and hectic workplace
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) –  Charlotte, NC17 October 2016
Daltile, Charlotte, NC is an extremely busy sales center. The Daltile team members are very hardworking individuals. Daltile is a fun and yet stressful place to work.
Pros
Customers and Coworkers
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Productive
Production Line Assembly Worker (Former Employee) –  Dallas, TX8 September 2016
The job was ok it was just not a great workplace and not enough work.i wouldn't work there again but it was a good experience to learn the work place.
Pros
None
Cons
Short breaks
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Strict and racial work place
Machine Operator (Current Employee) –  El Paso, TX26 September 2016
This job is a favorital job with their employees the supervisors are rude not mannered. They try to fire people whose on a tight knot so they can hire there friends.
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Great and stable place to work
representative (Current Employee) –  Billings, MT22 September 2016
Awesome customers and huge line of tile coupled with a large share of the market. Hand's off bosses who let you do your job without looking over your shoulder all the time.
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Inventory Control Manager (Former Employee) –  Dallas-Fort Worth, TX6 December 2016
Good place to work. Very talented people and a good work life balance. Each position has challenges but the organization is well equipped to make improvements whenever necessary.
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Great Company
Customer Service / Inventory Control Analyst (Former Employee) –  Ontario, CA1 August 2016
Very busy work days that kept the day going. Co-workers all got along which made it a lot easier to work. The hardest part of the job was just making sure all the inventory was correct so we could make sure the product could be shipped out in a timely manner.
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Easy going and enjoyable
Sample Express Specialist (Current Employee) –  Denver, CO 802237 November 2016
This job is easy going and easy to learn. Everyone is a team player and always there to help. always leaning something new everyday
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