management doesn't know how to treat their employees, that's why they cant keep anyone . You pick up shifts to help out come in early and leave late and constantly day after day treated like garbage. You are expected to do the job of two people with very low pay.
expected to do the work of 2 people, low pay, management treats employees like garbage
Don't expect them to care about your infant children's wellbeing
CNA (Former Employee) – Columbus, IN – September 5, 2018
No longer work here because I had two very young kids who naturally during flu season got a cold and couldn't go to daycare. The very next day, was told not to come back because "I needed to put my position with the company above my home life".
Director of Health Services (Former Employee) – Tell City, IN – September 2, 2018
Great Company, great friends. We often joked about being “Tilogized” but it was the truth! Trilogy has a wonderful Lead By Example philosophy. It was not always easy, sometimes it was very difficult but always rewarding.
RESIDENT CARE ASOCIATE (Current Employee) – Springfield, OH – September 1, 2018
I absolutely love the residents I work with, however, the nurse I always work with doesn't do anything. She would sooner tell me a call light is going off while I'm busy before answering it herself. It can be stressful when multiple residents need things all at once while you're the only aide on the unit at that time. In my opinion, the management doesn't really listen to my conflicts I'm having or things like that the first time I voice them, it always takes them a long time before I see something happen. Often I have to stay over and work a 12 hour shift because my relief always calls off, which I don't get extra compensation for. I have gotten attached to some of my residents, but I don't thing my services are best used at Trilogy Health Services anymore.
Hardly get lunch breaks, lazy nurse, slow responce from management
Great family culture and Christian values that lead to for-employee benefits
Refurbishment Manager (Former Employee) – Fishers, IN – August 29, 2018
Trilogy had great family culture and was led with great values. The benefits were substantial along with extra perks. The management was a little off balance and didn't make much sense. There are definitely "too many chiefs and not enough Indians." There is no way to know what you are expected to do and what you are expected to ask management for. The people that work for Trilogy are wonderful, and are true friends.
STNA/Scheduler (Current Employee) – Monclova, OH – August 13, 2018
I have enjoyed working for Trilogy Health services, but there is not an opportunity to advance at my campus. They offer great benefits and incentives. We get paid weekly which is a huge plus, and are now getting raises on a quarterly basis. I really don't want to leave the company, but I need to move forward in my own personal career.
Cook/Prep (Former Employee) – McConnelsville, OH – August 13, 2018
Seems to be a young healthcare company still trying to find themselves and how the like to do things. To many policy changes to fast and an under qualified manager that couldn't keep up with and adapt to the changes resulted in my eventual departure from the company. Given time to sort out their affairs and establish themselves better, I believe Trilogy and its facilities would be a wonderful place for a career.
Social Services Director (Former Employee) – Michigan – August 9, 2018
Please research labor laws in your area before accepting a management position with this company. They expect you to take your work home and will not care that you are taking time away from your family. Higher management will give their jobs to other management regardless of their workloads. No compassion. They will do what it takes to not give you the pay you were promised and will give excuses that are not true so you will not get a raise.
Director of Social Services (Former Employee) – Noblesville, IN – August 7, 2018
Although money is an import aspect of the business, a lot of it is wasted and needs to re-directed. The company brags it is great to the employees and they do offer great compensation but very little support for the positions/jobs people are preforming. No or little say in anything that occurs within the facility. Multiple non job related work demands. Work with very short staff.
Nurse (Former Employee) – Zanesville, OH – July 1, 2018
Facility was sited multiple times for harm towards patients by the state. When the facility again needed help and I voiced that concern I was bullied, isolated, and disciplined for voicing legitimate concerns. Management will put the blame onto one person in order to avoid their own failures being noticed. They are only concerned about themselves and not the patients! The patients suffer because the management are scared to stand up for them and for what is right because of the risk of loosing their own jobs. They will pay you a lot of money, but you must keep your head down, mouth closed and a huge smile on your face even though you are doing the patients an injustice! Because of this and because of the upper management being scared for their own jobs, the residents will continue to be at risk for harm and the state will continue to site the facility with harm tags.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Lawrenceburg, IN – June 24, 2018
Trilogy health services provides a homey environment, with great employees. They have excellent benefits including health insurance paid time off tuition reimbursement and opportunity to grow within your position.
Healthcare, paid time off, very understanding management