TCL Supply Chain
Happiness score is 45 out of 100
2.3 out of 5 stars.
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  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 55 reviews and is evolving.



Material Handler in Edmonton, AB
on 6 December 2021
Fast paced. Fun but demanding
Fast paced job. Fun but very demanding. The breaks feel shorter. Lots of free food. The vocollect machine is outdated and could be stressful. Overall its ok.
Team Member in Acheson, AB
on 30 November 2021
Poor management
Management is not organized, they hire new supervisors that actually don't know what they doing. I'm not surprised why people quit every week even good supervisor leave too.
Material Handler/Loading Operator in Acheson, AB
on 26 November 2021
Fun workplace
Huge spectrum of some super nice people to some of the grumpiest you will ever meet Fast paced warehouse environment. Be mentally and physically fit, rehydrated
Raymond Reach Operator in Edmonton, AB
on 14 October 2021
In TCL safety is literally on top of everything you do.
TCL is very good place to work has a a lot of overtime ,good money ,and very safe place to work. If safety is not priority to you TCL is not a place for you .
Order Picker in Acheson, AB
on 8 October 2021
Hard Work Pays Off
I wanted to write a review to clear up a few things. 1- Yes, they expect you to be 100% eventually. They give you plenty of time to get there and you earn incentives from day 1. They tell you this on day 1.2- Yes, you are on a timed system per order, but once you learn the pallet building tricks for each area, the times are manageable. They tell you this on day 1.3- No, I have never seen them time someone's bathroom breaks. All of your mandated breaks are timed through the same system you pick orders. They tell you this on day 1. If you take an extra 5 minutes for a break, it's your fault. Simple as that.4- No, this job isn't for everyone. It's physical, and fast paced. You need to be in reasonable shape IMO to really excell at picking orders. They call their pickers "industrial athletes" for a reason. They tell you this on day 1.5- SAFETY is the top priority. If trainers are constantly following someone around, it's likely because they cut corners and act like maniacs on the equipment. Yes, they will turf you for that. They tell you this on day 1.6- If you are having problems in an area, YOU need to ask for help. Don't assume someone is just going to rush to you. Remember, everyone is timed. But if you ask for help from a trainer, you will get it.7- Yes, the clock is ticking but they also give you slips of paper to write down delays. The most common delay is a reach truck moving material into a slot. Fill out the paper, hand it in and the time gets added back to your order. They explain this on day 1.8- I don't think a single week has gone by without some sort of bonus incentive. Be it pizza, or free coffee, or give aways, or extra $$ per hour. They really do a lot for the people working.So I hope this helps anyone considering working at TCL. Simply put, listen to everything they tell you on your training week and you'll be fine. Work hard, get rewarded.

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