Questions and Answers about Triumph Group, Inc.

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Not appreciated. The management doesn't care about its employees and they show it daily.

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Not appreciated. Insurance has doubled in price. People leaving left and right. Poor management
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I've worked with horrible and also great companies during my Aviation Career. I must say this has to be one of the worst if not the worst companies I've ever worked for. The disrespect from Supervision is horrible and it only gets worse the higher up you go in managment. As a contractor no one wants you their and you are viewed as second class employee. The majority of the employees working sheetmetal positions are very nice and helpful until anyone they figure out you are a contractor. The pay is great especially for anyone without any Aviation Experience. Work Life balance doesn't exist here. Your given a morning notice to work "mandatory overtime for contractors" . If anyone is looking to potentially work for Triumph at the Red Oak facility please be prepared for this. This is probably the nicest thing I can say about this company.

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I feel excellent about going to work everyday, I'm used to working up to 12 hours a day in my past job.

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There is absolutely no appreciation or concern for anyone on the shop floor...let alone accept any input or advice from them on anything concerning new ideas or actual improvements on processes. Nepotism runs rampant..there are two ways to move up...be a relative of someone working there or be so incompetent at your current assignment that you get moved out of sake of making numbers. Management is very lackadaisical, not caring about anything but themselves, only wanting to make themselves look good for their superiors in the many, many, many meetings that are help that solve nothing but make work harder for everyone. Also most of the "white collar" jobs are redundant and unnecessary the only purpose for them is canon fodder to take the blame for the people above them. So much potential so far away..bottom line is this company will eventually fail after becoming a revolving door for contract labor and people coming in for experience then leaving for positions where they are appreciated and paid what they are worth.

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Dead- beat down- stressed out

Answered - Material Field Representative / IPT Focal (Former Employee) - Red Oak, TX

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Very depressing place to work for!

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Very depressing place to work. Very unfriendly culture! You are on your own and nobody seems to care about you. Most managers work offsite in Connecticut and are never seen and never spoken with. Wondering how I can get a review from someone whi has never met me and hasnt a clue what I do. Most people do the work of 4 full time jobs. Miserable place and if you are not a depressed person, you will be after working here!!!!!

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I feel when I get to work I must work hard and finish the job. Sometimes I do but sometimes the senior staff makes some changes like material change or Applied forces change, which delays the completion of the assignment.

Answered - Fatigue/Damage Tolerance Engineer (Former Employee) - Fort Worth, TX

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Not appreciated.

Answered - Supervisor of Operations (Former Employee) - Red Oak, TX

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