HVAC installer (Current Employee) – Appleton, WI – July 15, 2016
I work on a 8 story apartment building in down town Green Bay contracted out to a HVAC company Dave Jones. I work on installing to HVAC equipment in it. I work with two other Trillium workers and four Dave Jones employees.
Trillium Construction was a good company to work for
Carpenter/Laborer (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 15, 2015
A typical day at Trillium was to be on time and perform to the best of your ability. I learned new ways to perform and complete my task every day. Management expectations was zero tolerant when it came to being on time and getting the work completed in a timely manner. Co-workers consisted of trained and skilled employees, but sometimes did not live up to their expectations. The hardest part of the job was sometimes the beginning or when a task was difficult to manage. The last day of the work week and getting paid.
working a half a day and getting paid for the full day.
Branch Manager (Former Employee) – Jonesville, MI – August 29, 2015
Very productive staffing agency. Worked a lot of overtime. Excellent rapport with staff, companies and employees. Managed approximately 200 employees. Quit with notice given to become a stay at home mom.
Chief Operating Officer (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 5, 2015
I built a medical billing company (The Trillium Group) from 5 medical providers to servicing over 80 providers. Hired and trained 75 staff, including managers and line employees. Created a full scale telecommuting program. Maintained a 97% staff retention rate over 18 years.
Typical day included monitoring productivity, troubleshooting problem accounts, creating good working relationships with clients, creating new and more efficient systems to get paid faster from insurance companies.
Exposed to many facets of business over 18 years, including mergers and acquisitions, strategic planning, work flow processes, best practice billing and collection policies and procedures, audit processes, and inventory.
Coaches physicians, directors, and clinic managers over a three year period to improve overall performance and communication.
Learned numerous skills and performed a variety of tasks.
General Laborer (Former Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI – August 4, 2015
Transported to different worksite locations. To include Zataran's and McCormick's seasoning manufacturers. Co-workers were pleasant to work with and I never have any problems with my co-workers or management.
Ironworker journeyman (Former Employee) – Oklahoma – July 20, 2015
They'll find you work sure, and the pay was good but the hours were no good.
Sent me off to another state to work for an unknown, TINY company that can't afford to pay Journeymen wages, to work short hours, always under the gun, not only that they slave driven the life out of us, no communication on the hours or how the jobsite works on the rules. And when work started slowing down to where there was no iron to hang, we get laid off for "working slow" , you can't rush welding unless you want sloppy welds , but we get thrown under the bus anyway.
I don't recommend this STAFFING place to anyone unless you're desperate. Otherwise, find a REAL company that can afford your time and pace, don't waste yours with these guys.
welder (Former Employee) – flint mi – June 15, 2015
I was called and told to report to a job that I had worked at before and I show up 15 min early to find Out they never had asked for me or anybody else. I was devastated and embarrassed so I called my rep at trillium who completely acted like it was no big deal. Just a clerical mistake. I recommend if you are thinking about working for trillium think again they could care less about you. My rep sent me to a place that didn't even request me. I had turned down another opportunity to take this job. I was speechless to have this happen to me and the way I was treated will not be going back to this place I understand mistakes happen but this is a rather large mistake.
Baker (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – June 9, 2015
Baking an bagging bread I learned how to bake all kinds of bread management was excellent co workers were spontenous an fun to work around nothing was hard about this job an eating the bread fresh out the oven was my most enjoyable moment
The company does not care about the drivers they care about the money not you I worked 12 to 14 hours a day
Driver (Former Employee) – Plainfield, IL – May 17, 2015
They need four drivers to do what I did by my self they need drivers but won't send the best driver that account ever had to the next assignment and suck the blood out of me for 90 more days thank you though I don't need a company that doesn't hove my back Loff !
Supervisor-Cheryl Tori (Former Employee) – East Tawas, MI – April 16, 2015
Making break lines in a fast paced manor. I have to make sure no defected parts get passed me. If parts that are damaged get out people get hurt so that is the most enjoyable and hardest part of the job. I have to really focus on what's going on and I help others out by making the product safe. If I ever needed anything my supervisor would be on top of it. Communication is essential!