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Environmental Specialist

Triumvirate Environmental Astoria, NY +4 locations

and duties include: * Work in teams to perform lab pack services including chemical segregation, packing, and disposal. * Perform chemical… Beyond.com


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Inbound Marketing Specialist

Triumvirate Environmental, Inc. Somerville, MA

Inbound Marketing Specialist Triumvirate Environmental is the fastest-growing environmental management firm in… Glassdoor


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Business Development Trainee

Triumvirate Environmental, Inc. Somerville, MA

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Triumvirate Environmental, Inc. Reviews

46 Reviews
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John McQuillan
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    Over time it becomes unbearable

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    Former Employee - Manager / Coordinator in Somerville, MA
    Former Employee - Manager / Coordinator in Somerville, MA

    I worked at Triumvirate Environmental, Inc. full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Good place to Start a career in environmental field. Lots of experience. Had made a lot of good genuine friendships and connections that have lasted beyond TEI (Triumvirate Environmental Inc.).

    Cons

    The pay is not commensurate to the amount and type of work being done. Life work balance is non existent. Being around and handling hazardous waste all the time is not fun. TEI is always trying to do more with less. Company does not pay bills on time leading to headaches for employees who have to deal with that nonsense. Toward the end of my career there noticed that issues that were identified were never adequately addressed and usually resulted in a few people scrambling to try and maintain compliance and stuck in less than desirable working conditions.

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    I waited some time after I quit before writing this review to allow myself to "cool off", as I did not want to be excessively harsh with my critique of the company. There are good aspects and bad aspects of the company and looking back at it, I can only best describe it as similar to an abusive relationship. Some people stay because it's comfortable and familiar and they’re scared of moving onto something new and different. That's not to say there aren't things that you gain from working there, but it definitely doesn't mean you should stay. I know some very smart people who currently work there but have the potential to do much better for themselves and their families by working elsewhere. TEI demands you place the job as your first priority, before your significant other, kids, family, friends, or anything else. If you’re right out of college this isn’t a big deal, but as time goes on, it will get tiresome and impede your life.

    For anyone reading through this looking at whether or not you should apply here, most of the people who work there are fantastic. So if you need a place to start your career and don't have other options, I would say that this is a good place. However Do Not stay there for more than three years and Do Not go salary. I definitely should have left after three possibly four years and going salary was a big mistake as they tell you "we'd like to have you working less hours and focusing your time on more important things, while you delegate more of the day to day tasks." It sounds good but it's a lie. You could ask any number of people who made the mistake of doing it, and if they're honest they'll tell you the same thing.

    As far as advice for the management, you should take a serious look at the direction you've got the company headed. It almost seems like you drive out most of the good quality people, whom other employees enjoy working with, and promote individuals whom I can't adequately describe as glassdoor.com wouldn't not show the post. I will just say they seem to be of low moral character and are costing you good employees and business. Also you should pay your bills on time. Not only is it a headache for your employees, but it's well known in the industry that TEI doesn't pay their bills. Most other companies don't want or will not do business with you. Other than that, I'm not going to waste anymore of my time trying to help them in the right direction because even if they do read this, it would be at most dismissively laughed off if not totally ignored.

    The two reasons I even bothered writing this are to let prospective employees know what they're getting into and to have current employees question their choice to stay. There are worse jobs out there, but there are many more jobs that provide a better quality of life. I personally have found that the grass is greener on the other side. If you are a current employee and looking through reviews on glassdoor.com, you should ask yourself - are where you want to be? I know that when I was employed there I would read through the reviews and it confirmed what I already knew, that I was miserable and would be happier elsewhere.

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