Harland Clarke as a check order specialist (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – June 21, 2018
I worked as a contract worker with Tri-Starr and I was trained to work as a check order representative on the Bank of America project, I left this position because I trained for five weeks for this position and after only to weeks of doing this job, I was told that I would have to re-train for another position because my position had been discontinued through Harland Clarke and Bank of America, I just did not want to sit through another six weeks of training in a classroom.
They had a hot meal cafeteria on site
Very cramped call center, very loud hard to hear clients over phone
Thanks for writing such an honest review. We are glad to see you are happy at Tri-Starr Personnel.
Job Work/Life Balance
upset in the end
for the most part helpful and nice (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX 78216 – May 4, 2017
When my job was ending and they knew it. They didn't even try to find me another job, except for one that I let them know that I do not like call centers. I did receive paid holidays after 1200 hours worked. After 1 year I got 5 days of paid time off, this is what they called it. I call it vacation. Since they did not call me after my last day, after 30 days of not working I lost all my time in with them and would have to start off. I called them every week to let them know that I was available.
after so many hours worked I got 6 different holiday pay from them.
Recruiter (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – March 3, 2017
Terrible company with zero benefits for there contractors which they wont even qualify for until 1 year of employment. Management is either clueless or not present during day to day operations and will find creative ways to cheat both contractors and clients out of there money.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – January 16, 2017
Typical day would make cold calls and promote credit card services. Wasn't much too it, and I I didn't enjoy the job. It was really repetitive and that each call would take 2-3 minutes to finish which made the day go by slower.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – December 15, 2016
All the agents are very helpful and are prompt to return phone calls to notify you of any changes and to give information. All in All service is great. I would recommend this agency to everyone interested in finding a great job.
Former Employee (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – March 19, 2016
I worked with this company literally for only 2 months. There were the most unprofessional, rude, lying people I've ever met. Literally the worst Temp agency I've worked for. So happy I left. Found a way better job with a way better pay rate.
Lowest Payrates of competitive companies, Only worry about themselves, record conversations and try to make you look bad.
Temporary Clerical (Former Employee) – San Antonio,m Texas – January 30, 2016
TriStarr is a temporary personnnel placement organization under contract to the City of San Antonio. They assigned me to various City of San Antonio Departments throughtout the city for a specific time frame. Their ability to re-assign me within a few days after the competion of my duties with my currently assigned department was fantastic.
Payroll Associate (Former Employee) – San Antonio, Texas – November 12, 2013
This is a temporary staffing agency that I've done a couple of projects for in the San Antonio, Texas area. This is one of those unique agencies that are very efficient at job matching. Both of my assignments were very rewarding experiences.