Maintenance Supervisor (Former Employee) – Brusly, LA – July 9, 2018
Review notes from the night shift. Preparation for incoming crew. Morning meeting & Job assignments. Repair of Equipment brought to maintenance shop. Assist with other jobs when needed. Check the plant floor for any operations trouble and inspect machinery.
I like to repair & maintain machines to keep them running.
Not having enough information to do the job correctly
Roller C (Former Employee) – Caruthersville, MO – July 2, 2018
I really enjoyed working for the company, good pay/benefits good work environment, work schedule was great, and my co workers were great as well, I would highly recommend Trinity to anyone with good work ethics
No free lunch, but we did have food catered by the company every few months
Heavy assembly (Current Employee) – Longview, TX – July 1, 2018
Is not a bad place to work it if you can handle the heat and handle working so many hours my reason for leaving is that they won't let me move up or learn something new that's just my management I have begged and pleaded but they have told me many times and I have been there for 2 years I'm not asking for more money I'm just ready for a change
Employee (Former Employee) – Cartersville, GA – June 26, 2018
Management staff is stressful to work for. They make promises about backlog to get people to work there and then soon after they start laying people off. It is very up and down. Very unstable place to work. The employees are good to work with.
Packer/Inspector (Former Employee) – Lewistown, PA – June 24, 2018
it was good there you got paid good money for what you did they had good management good people in charge .i was there usually 8 hours could barley move at the end of the day but hey it was worth the money
VP Operations Trinity de Mexico (Former Employee) – Mexico city – June 18, 2018
Overall great place to build a career and learn about multiple products and markets. Teams are highly qualified well trained and focused. Leadership provides suficient guidance to be successful yet allow flexibility.
Long hours on the job at times but good job security.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – June 16, 2018
Good work environment and good benefits. Will promote workers who take pride in their work. Plenty of overtime for those who want it. Management push you to the limit but rewards with quarterly bonuses and safety dinners.
Career Custodian (Former Employee) – Jonesboro, AR – June 13, 2018
good pay but you had to work 12 hrs a day and hardly get to see your family. a lot of people cheating on there spouses at that company. long hours, hardly home and they played favorites. you could have all kinds of experience and no write ups and get passed over for someone just because they kiss folks butts.. HR is horrible in that place, they micro manage all the managers in that place and if they don't like an employee they will dig and find any reason to get you fired.. my advice is to do your job, stay to yourself and don't make friends in that place unless you want to kiss a bosses butt to move up.. females forget about it, they treat you like property in that place because females are in there sleeping with whoever they can to move up the tiny ladder they are given.. makes it hard on the other females who wont sleep around to move up..
female discrimination, hard to move up, favoritism