General Manager – new
TItleMax – Alexandria, VA
TMX Finance LLC and Affiliates Positioned for the Future General Manager Earn $40K to $150K! Alexandria, Virginia The TMX Finance family… TItleMax
TItleMax – Vienna, VA
TMX Finance LLC and Affiliates Positioned for the Future Bilingual Customer Service Representative Earn up to $25K! Vienna, Virginia The… TItleMax
Store Manager – new
TItleMax – Arlington, VA
TMX Finance LLC and Affiliates Positioned for the Future Store Manager Earn up to $45K! Arlington, Virginia The TMX Finance family of… TItleMax
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I worked at TitleMax full-time (more than 5 years)Pros
They compensate very well for this industry and depending on your position in the company there is a family feel at times.
Promotion is swift as long as the right people like you.
When you finally wake up and decide to leave they won't make you stick out another 2 weeks. They will gladly let you leave in peace. (that's a PRO,right?)Cons
I guess the family feel is in a way forced....since you are ALWAYS at work!
They will tell you it's your store to run but will then micro-manage the heck out of you. In a promotion sense, it's "Who do you know?" not " What have you done?".
Constant pay changes for GM's. Scheduling requirements change for GM's on a whim.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Stop micro managing
Don't say it's company policy if it's not. If you want to make it a company policy, then do so.....But make it universal for everyone. It's not right to pick and choose which policy suits you for whatever situation arises (especially when it's NOT an actual policy)
Don't set standards for promotion if you're going to promote someone who doesn't meet them over someone who is more qualified.
You've lost a lot of good people in a short time. Maybe it's time to take a step back and reflect on why that is. It's one thing to be extremely profitable, it's another to be greedy!Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO