Trinity Industries
3.0 of 5 28 reviews Dallas, TX 5000+ Employees

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A great place to work for strong individuals.

Maintenance Supervisor (Former Employee)
Oklahoma City, OK

ProsDecent pay and lots of overtime. Convenient location.

ConsVery few days off. Lack of care for employees. No compensation for being away from friends and family.

Advice to Senior ManagementThere needs to be bonuses given for the extra work that people do to complete quotas. They should figure out a schedule that will get the quotas accomplished and allow employees time off to spend with family and friends.

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    I love the job i had at trinity industries i just hate it ended so quick,

    Fluxcore Welder (Former Employee)
    Dallas, TX

    I worked at Trinity Industries full-time for less than a year

    Pros: Trinity have good bosse,s and no one hassled me to… Cons: There was no down size when i worked at trinity. Advice to Senior Management: Don,t have any. More


    nice facility.

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)

    I worked at Trinity Industries full-time for more than a year

    Pros: good company to work for. Cons: management and supervisors are bad. Advice to Senior Management: remove supervisors who are afraid on getting dirty to help… More
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