Triumph Group, Inc. Employee Reviews in United States

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pallet/trash duty (Former Employee) –  st. joesph, moSeptember 23, 2015
Work day hours can vary, you cant except to be there 8 hours because you may be told to stay for 12 hours. Coworkers aren't always expected to be there. Management can either be good or horrible depending on the person. It has a union which is okay.
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Fast Paced Operations Committment
Project Manager/Business Analyst (Current Employee) –  san antonio texasSeptember 22, 2015
I have been working with North American Aircraft services for over 5 years which is a division of triumph group Aviation Services. I manage over 45 employees on daily maintenance operations.
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Cmm (Former Employee) –  Macomb, MINovember 12, 2015
I absolutely loved this job, when i was working here i made every decision based on the fact that i didnt want to lose it. Working here will make you a master of the profession. Youll make your money working the hours. The way i lost my job, i complained to my manager about a guy who had been working there a very long time, and he had said some things about me that werent true, they were rather insulting. I guess i understand the decision as they have to keep the guys that can keep the departments going happy, so i guess my advice would be, if you can land a job here, dont ask a lot of questions as those questions will lead to someone questioning your intelligence. Figure things out yourself and just go with your decision even if your not 100% certain. This is a great job, more like a school to learn how to be the best in the profession. Also, keep your mouth shut and just work because it gets pretty hi schol pretty fast. The moneys right, the culture is a little dangerous when you cant ask questions, and the people are very nice as long as you keep your mouth shut and ask zero questions.
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Money, hours, ability to master the proffession
Cons
People with big egos
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Poor Managers and Supervisor.
Bonder/Assy (Current Employee) –  Red Oak TexasJune 11, 2015
Managers and Supervisor do not listening and they do not make people feel valued.
People need to have a clear understanding of their roles and expectations, and it is equally important that, having defined the standards that are expected, these are enforced. Too often a poor manager will fail to take the appropriate action when standards are not met and this then sends the message that the standards are not important or relevant. People respect a manager when they display strength, integrity and a sense of fair play. Not enforcing standards implies these qualities are lacking in a manager. Not communicating expectations effectively. Lack of feedback – positive and negative. If
Managers and Supervisor don’t take the time to tell people how they are doing, how will they know if they are meeting expectations? If they receive regular timely feedback they will have a greater understanding of what they need to do in order to achieve their objectives, be it a continuance of current behavior or a correction in their activity. If the feedback is presented in a constructive, objective and calm manner it can be a great development tool to help people grow and improve. Managers and Supervisor keep the workers in the dark about issues that have some bearing on their role in the organization. If plans and other areas of the business are treated as secrets not to be shared with other departments, how can staff gain an understanding of how they can play an effective part in the achievement of company goals? Effective communication of the company vision and objectives is very weak and does
  more... not play in improving employee engagement.
Managers and Supervisor do not take responsibility when it is due and allowing others to take the credit when it is deserved. Poor managers and Supervisor look to point the finger of blame away from them at every opportunity. Most of what we call managers and Supervisor consists of making it difficult for people to get their work done.
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Pros
Very smart people
Cons
Not communicating expectations effectively. Lack of feedback
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