Regional Director (Current Employee) – Peachland, BC – 12 February 2019
TNI has a great and inclusive learning environment. It teaches our workers a proven and simple system to be productive and consistent with their performance.
TNI has clear expectations for its Management training program and you can advance and earn raises rapidly so long as you're willing to work hard and help train others to do the same.
Along the way, many workers experience a tremendous amount of personal and financial growth with learning how to set and achieve goals.
TNI caters to people that love to travel as many workers that have a year or more of tenure have been to see many different cities, states and provinces within their country to participate in some of our fundraising campaign, road trips or even visit some of our other offices.
The hardest part of the job is the grind of being at your best everyday and the rejection that you experience in working to do your acquisition work on a day to day. There's quite a few people that also have a hard time working without supervision.
The best parts of the job are the awesome culture, the advancement and travel opportunities, the $ and the highs you will experience competing to be one of the best reps/ Managers/ Promoting Managers all while working for great causes that positively change the world.
TNI is for people who are seeking a fun, challenging and rewarding work experience either short or long term.
Travel/ Advancement opportunities/ Fun and competitive culture/ Earn great $/ Work for great causes
Can be long days at time/ Weather can make the job challenging at times
Great learning experience in terms of sales and marketing techniques
Door to Door Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Ajax, ON – 8 May 2019
TNI was a great learning environment because each employee presented their sales pitch everyday and received personalized feedback whether it was positive or areas for improvement. There was also opportunities to advance further, such as becoming a team leader by closing a consistent amount of sales per week. Furthermore, there was competitive wages, which encouraged and improved work ethic among all employees. Lastly, the overall atmosphere was positive, friendly, and encouraging.
great wages, build close relationships, and improved sales/marketing skills
obligated to pay $5 worth of gas everyday in order to get to the turf, a bit tiring and difficult to endure cold/rainy/hot weather conditions, fear of losing job if unable to close minimum weekly deals