Client Service Co ordinator (Former Employee), E4 – December 5, 2014
This company was advertising this particular job for at least 3 months last year- its as if they're using the advert to help their employees or something, maybe to practice interviewing people???. I went for an interview along with a load of other people and was told the job was given to someone else and the advert was still on several job boards for – more... months afterwards only being taken down after I contacted head office asking was there really an actual job. My advice would be do not waste your time going for an hour and a half long interview listening to a woman talk about herself and how she taught herself to use Excel (yes really) etc. – less
Software Engineer (Former Employee), New York, NY – September 29, 2014
Pros: work from home when i wanted, nice people
Cons: poor management, products that no one believes in
This is the most people I've worked with who had no logical background in the job they were doing. Product managers that have never managed products and couldn't tell you much about the product they are currently managing. As far as "career advancement", they have a habit of advancing the people with the least experience. This is usually due to the – more... fact that the less experienced people will work themselves to the bone for the job, without even questioning it. Many of the teams were dysfunctional and couldn't communicate. Lots of the "long timers" were despondent and just doing anything to get people off their back. – less
Client Service Rep (Former Employee), Milwaukee WI – July 14, 2014
Pros: great vacations
A typical day would consist of making 150 calls, then calling new clients and old clients offering upgrades. I learned so much working with this company that it was amazing. Management was fun because we always did some fun things as a company outing. The hardest part of my job was leaving a phenomenal group of people. The most enjoyable part of my – more... job was making sure my clients got everything they deserve. – less
Plant Manager/ Welder (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – May 19, 2014
I enjoyed this job very much, I'm sorry I had left. There's not a thing to complain about. I had the best co workers, the best owners, the best vendors, .....with teamwork.....there was not a thing we didn't accomplish. If this is read by by TMP......Thank You. Your corporate office is in Cali.
Assistant Account Executive (Former Employee), Des Plaines, IL – April 16, 2014
I worked at TMP for a little over 5 years. This was my first job out of college and I enjoyed learning more about the yellow pages advertising industry. The people I worked with were great as well as the management.
Director of Marketing (Former Employee), Dallas, TX – March 5, 2014
I held multiple roles including Director of Marketing. I was responsible for strategic media planning, lead generation, new product rollouts, creating value based solutions and pricing for a diverse portfolio of advertisers.
FREE LANCE CONSULTANT/CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS (Former Employee), New York, NY – November 8, 2013
I was a freelance cultural consultant for creation of international advertising, and PR materials and a translator messaging for target audience. I basically helped a friend of mine who was an advertiser, and didn't deal with co-workers or learned anything from management. Job was ok, not big money but enough to pay my bills.
Account Executive (Current Employee), Waltham, MA – August 24, 2013
Pros: occasional free meals, good pto, people that work here are amazing
Cons: not enough resources, too much paperwork
continually worked more than the normal 9-6 only to get reprimanded when something went wrong, there was no point in talking to management as they had never done your job and do not understand what you do, so much paper work - then other teams end up screwing up everything that you put on the paper work - so what really was the point of doing the paper – more... work? everyone that works here is super nice and want to be helpful - but there is so little time b/c the resources aren't here to do everything that needs to be done. – less