TriNet lacks diversity in their Corporate HR and Management positions
HR Generalist (Former Employee) – Fort Mill, SC – October 5, 2018
TriNet overall is a good place to work. However, it lacks diversity at the decision making level while diverse at lower level positions. Senior Corp management has no interest in hiring qualified minority workers. HR department is constantly changing, does not appear to have a defined plan, no real direction. There are more "Chiefs" than "Indians" in the department.
Work from home, good pay and benefits, CEO is engaged and appears to really care about all its employees.
Professional Employer Consultant (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – September 18, 2018
Now, my review may not be fair as this company went under new ownership during my employment with Trinet. Having a sales job with goals and standards constantly changing was very discouraging. Also, our clientele was constantly changing and we couldn't touch accounts we were currently working on. Overall, it was a very stressful job and the expectations of my job were never outlined. The biggest problem was the management. I felt I was not supported or helped with the new training we all needed. It was just a mess and I am very glad I no longer work there.
Business Consultant (Current Employee) – Bradenton, FL – September 11, 2018
It is a good company to work for, however it is extremely micromanaging and you work long hours. The only plus to this is there is uncapped overtime. They have a period of time towards the end of Q3-Q4 where you are not permitted to take time off and "required" to work at least 10 hours of O/T per week. There is little to no work/life balance.
Accounting (Current Employee) – Coral Springs, FL – September 3, 2018
Full-cycle accounts payable and receivables. Collections, special projects, assist with month end close. Enjoyed working there, new management and no growth opportunities. Close to home so that’s a definitely plus.
Specialist, Retirement Services (Former Employee) – Fort Mill, SC – August 14, 2018
Great Opportunity, Loved the job. I was a contractor so I was only there for a couple of months. I liked the nature of the job and helped me decide which part of HR I would like to pursue in my career path
IT Specialist (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – July 11, 2018
TriNet is very culture challenged. Teams are spread across regions requiring more meetings that interrupt actual work. There are a ton of ex HP employees in Management positions who are completely out of touch with how technology decisions are made in 2018. Publicly traded company that cares more about reports for the board than they do making a good product or actually improving anything.
TriNet is a Giant in the PEO Space - Great Talent and culture.
Senior Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Sarasota, FL – July 6, 2018
I worked at TriNet for almost 2 years. I enjoyed the culture, the talented colleagues and have respect for the CEO, I attended several meetings he hosted and he is sharp, dedicated to the organization, its employees and the customers.
Good compensation and benefits, good culture. good CEO, talented staff.
Lots of changes, mostly positive but some hard to keep up with.
Don't make complaints, voice your opinion or speak on any issues or you will be fired without a second thought! Company is Very unorganized. Management & HR couldn't care less about their staff. The staff is overworked, underpaid and micromanaged. You have to punch out to get up to get paperwork off the printer, when your off the phone with a customer or get up for the restroom etc. HR is a joke, they never do anything about the problem people affecting the whole dept. and office while disrupting everyone else on the daily. Managers Favor certain employees. This company needs to Stop biased decisions and favoritism. Only certain people who visibly are incompetent are getting promoted. Nothing fun or exciting here.
Insurance (Current Employee) – Reno, NV – June 18, 2018
This is a great place to work, whether it's coming in as an entry level position, intern or management. There is room to grow if you look for it and take the initiative to grow. There are a lot of training opportunities to learn things such as "How to Communicate so People Will Listen". The workplace culture is very mixed. You have very stern management mixed in with too lax management. Sometimes it's very hard to distinguish what they need from you and it's more likely than not your supervisor/manager is too lax and the director is too stern. It gets very confusing. Management is definitely not on the same page but this is something TriNet is trying to improve. Most enjoyable part of my job is the people I work with and the volunteer opportunities that are given to us. Also, this company has great perks. Great health insurance, discounts, 401k match, stock options, employee assistance programs.