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Be a brown noser, take naps at your desk, be on your phone instead of your work phone all day, take breaks whenever you feel like it, take long lunches, gossip, gossip, gossip, (that will get you in for the favoritism). Do this and you'll have it made there. Management, supervisors, prefer that type of employee over the ones who actually work.

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There is sometimes mention of this option, but it is revoked - often quickly and without but a day or two notice. This has caused dozens to be stuck - perhaps they took the job at WFH, and didn't have transport? But it matters little to Triwest. They ALWAYS do what's best for the executives at the expense of all others (even the customers/veterans!)

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Lots of psychology and fake smiles

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They advertise a semi-standard package, not unlike you would see anywhere else -- however there are MANY variations - none which favor the employee.

For example: health benefits take 60 days to kick in! hope your kid doesnt get sick in the first two months. Another - certain kinds of insurance take a YEAR to kick in.

These 'fine print' points are never mentioned in the hiring and often not even in orientation process. You just have to

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8-4:30 Monday through Friday. With little change for overtime.

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Applied online and 3 days letter a recruiter emailed me for a phone interview. I received an offer after about 2 weeks and 2 interviews.

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Triwest is only contracted with the Department of Veterans Affairs and lost the active military contract a few years ago.

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Culture is cut-throat. work environment, atrocious. Physcially it is run down. cubes, fixtures, restrooms -- belong in a museum. place is just plain dirty.

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