Tractor Supply Company

Working at Tractor Supply Company: Company Overview and Reviews

Tractor Supply Company
Tractor Supply Company
3.5
3816 reviews
Tractor Supply Company Ratings
3.5
Average rating of 3816 reviews on Indeed
3.2Work-Life Balance
3.0Pay & Benefits
3.0Job Security & Advancement
3.1Management
3.4Culture
Headquarter
5401 Virginia Way Brentwood, TN 37027
Employee
10,000+
Revenue
$5B to $10B (USD)
Industry
Retail

Popular jobs at Tractor Supply Company

 Average SalarySalary Range
Team Member
136 Salaries reported
$10.04
per hour
$7.25-$15.60
Team Leader
106 Salaries reported
$11.20
per hour
$7.25-$16.80
Cashier
46 Salaries reported
$10.39
per hour
$7.25-$17.05
Store Manager
30 Salaries reported
$50,333
per year
$24,000-$83,000
Receiver
22 Salaries reported
$13.08
per hour
$7.25-$20.00
Salary Satisfaction
49%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 2972 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

Overall Reviews at Tractor Supply Company

5.0
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Cordell, OK | Mar 26, 2020
The family-friendly work environment
I was able to learn most of my skills here, my trust in others grew immensely over the two years i spent at this company, i made good friends and most of us are still in contact to this very day! Anytime i would need more hours my boss was willing to have me fill in if there was a call in that day, i was at work for 11 hours one day pulling a double full filling my shift as well as a coworkers and my boss even Called me in for small shifts ranging from 2-4 hours when he needed more hands to help with the work rush of unloading the truck and getting it put away as well as stocked upon the shelves. Im very thankful to have had the time i shared at this company, its definitely an experience I’ll never forget.
3.0
Warehouse Manager | Casa Grande, AZ | Feb 16, 2020
Room for advancement
Lots of training and a very safety driven culture. If you are a hard worker and want to move up through the ranks there is an open path for advancement.
2.0
Customer Service/Sales Representative | Tallahassee, FL | Oct 30, 2019
Great at first.....
Job was great at first then the newness wore off and everyone changed. They want all of your energy regardless if you have any family obligations, and if you cannot give it to them when asked they fire you without notice. Management is horrible and the communication there is even worse.
2.0
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Battle Creek, MI | Oct 15, 2019
a typical day
whatever you're hired into doing you're pretty much stuck with that job for the rest of your time there. at my TSC store no one liked to help you do anything because they didn't want to be at the front of the store up on the register. Raises are very low!! no vacation!
Prosdiscounts on animal feed
Conslow raises, no vacation
3.0
Forklift Operator | Royse City, TX | Apr 27, 2019
2 locations, great management
I worked for tractor got a little over 2 years and at 2 locations. At both locations my store manager was AWESOME. However, tractor really needs to get with the times as far as pay goes. The only to way to get a real pay increase is to promote.
ProsGreat management and people.
ConsThe pay sucks
4.0
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Milledgeville, GA | Jan 28, 2019
Fun place to work and learn
Not only did I have fun working there, but I learned more about farm and outdoor life than I knew before I started there. The people who shop there are friendly and outgoing and the management and staff make you feel like one big family. I would love to go back to work for the company if given the opportunity.
4.0
Learning and Development Analyst | Texas | Aug 1, 2018
Great environment
Great environment to work in. The pay could be more competitive but it was really enjoyable to go to work everyday. It is easy to move up in the company if you are a hard worker.
2.0
Material Handler | Casa Grande, AZ | Jun 23, 2018
Too slow
Not paced to make money, no incentive to work harder. Suffocation of ideas and growth with no reward. Turnover is constant for a multiple of reasons one being no light that can be seen at the end of the tunnel.
3.0
Forklift Operator | Jacksonville, TX | May 7, 2018
Nice place to work
Nice employees Hours could be better Better lunch break would be nice Constantly changing managers Provide Training (forklift, safety,etc.) Provide Uniform
Proscasual dress code
Consshort breaks
3.0
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Demopolis, AL | Jan 12, 2020
I wouldn't recommend if you want good pay only if your looking for part time and just need something to do
I would recommend it for students or people that have other jobs. The pay isn't good and the managers are lazy. The managers don't help and assist as should.

Questions And Answers about Tractor Supply Company

If you were to leave Tractor Supply Company, what would be the reason?
Asked Mar 15, 2017
The main reason I would leave is due to the fact they let complete morons run these chains of retail stores. I’ve worked for this company for about a year and a half now. I’ve went through a senior year of high school and almost about to finish my associates degree, I honestly look forward to the day I get to put my resignation in. Don’t get me wrong, you can meet a wide diversity of the general public working for this chain but it’s just not worth it when you compare the pay and the work that has to be put into it.
Answered Mar 12, 2020
Never enough staff, favoritism, no accountability, employees don’t listen to team leaders yet nothing happens, managers just turn a blind eye even when employees complain about the unfair treatment.
Answered Feb 8, 2020
What's the hours threw the week you have to work?
Asked Dec 4, 2016
I’m only part time with school so that doesn’t help one bit. But even part time workers will average @least 20 hours a week so if you’re looking to make easy side cash, this is a great place to go.
Answered Mar 12, 2020
TS Distribution centers usually split the shifts into 4 - 10 hour work shifts usually consisting of week days, and 3 - 12 hour shifts for the weekends. Example: Mon - Thursday 4/10s. Friday - Sunday 3/12s. Overtime is issued to individuals by a pre annual scheduling chart. Each employee is randomly put into a group as soon as they are hired. Each group is labeled by a letter A-Z. The schedule is made by pre assigning every calendar day of the year with a letter. If it is decided that overtime help will be implemented for any of the following work days then employees are notified, and are to check the schedule to see if there group letter is assigned to any of the days in which mandatory overtime has been issued.
Answered Nov 19, 2019
How did you get your first interview at Tractor Supply Company?
Asked Jun 10, 2016
Indeed. Got hired 3 mos later.
Answered Jun 13, 2019
I filled out an application and called about two times after that to speak with the hiring manager but he was in a different state on a meeting so I was told he would be back the next Friday. I called the next Thursday after that and my interview was scheduled for the next day at 3:30pm. I got the job by the way!
Answered Mar 1, 2019
What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Tractor Supply Company?
Asked Apr 1, 2018
Just dont get involved there unless you really need a job.
Answered Mar 7, 2020
Be good at customer service, and go to a different store then sarasota.
Answered Jan 31, 2020
How old do you have to be to apply to tractor supply
Asked Feb 19, 2016
As of March 12, 2020, as it’s been for the past like two years, the minimum age to be hired is 18. This is a GREAT thing since you won’t half to deal with childish teenagers that don’t know what they want to do with their life. The main reason for this is because each store owns a forklift, and to require a forklift certification (NOT A LICENSE), requires you to be @least 18. If you know of someone working at a tractor supply under the age of 18, please call the district manager of those local store and notify him as soon as possible as this can be a high liability issue and OSHA can even shut down that store for this exact reason.
Answered Mar 12, 2020
TSC no longer accepts applicants under 18 years old, as you have to be 18+ to operate the forklift and cardboard baker.
Answered Aug 6, 2019