TRIVANTIS Employee Reviews
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The work the company did (e-Learning software and support) was important and fun. The technical side was ad hoc but reasonably functional and we support staff were highly empowered to serve customers in any way. The management was in flux at the time and then new executorship made sudden and rash changes that truly soured my experience there, losing my job with no transition option with one day's notice!
Wide range of capabilities up for grabs by whoever wanted to make a difference for their customer.
Nothing except the rude termination of an awesome experience
Thoroughly enjoyed my time there. Smart, solution-oriented people working on a common goal. I loved it. Was involved in several projects so every day was different. Writing, editing, graphic design, re-writing. Lots of communication and enjoyed reporting status.
Pros: very relaxed work environment, coworkers and people are kind and friendly Cons: Huge disconnect between the different departments to the point of not understanding where or what direction the product is going. no room to grow with projects more often than not cancelled so there is not record or proof of said project one can put in a portfolio. the comfortable atmosphere is a guise to blind you from that fact that there is no ladder to climb or place of improvement.
Multiple opportunities for advancement if successful in role Ability to be key contributor to a small/growing company Often worked long days/stressful environment Great colleagues that worked as a team in the best interest of the company
Its a small company with a little startup feel. I interned there in QA and had a great time. interns don't make much but i got good job experience and make good friends. would definitely work there again and regret not taking a position after my internship.
The company used to be productive and the environment was nice to work in. Recently, the company came in and terminated the entire Cincinnati staff via a 5 minute phone call by the CEO. This was done so the company could relocate to Florida. We were all told we could try and reapply for our position if we would like to move to Florida. It would not be a guarantee, nor would our pay or existing vacation time go along with it, only that we could reapply.
Lower level employees great to work with
Upper level management don't seem to know how to run company/lack of good benefits