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Gary Chesson, Adam Colvin, and Peter Conway
I have been working at Trinity Partners, LLC as an intern
Pros – People, Types of projects, Work atmosphere, Adequate training
Cons – Location was not my favorite, wish it was in Boston proper
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
2013-05-30 11:13 PDT
I worked at Trinity Partners, LLC full-time for more than 3 years
Pros – The yearly gold outing was fun. Lavish parties are enjoyable.
Cons – You can only advance if you're in the popular clique. You also get the interesting projects if you know which ego to massage. Management tends to compete with each other and that leads to silos of people who hoard clients regardless of which silo can best complete the work.
Advanced analytics group doesn't actually do any advanced analytics. The group is overseen by a PhD statistician who doesn't do any actual work.
Very political atmosphere.
Advice to Senior Management – Restructure and hire people without egos.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2013-07-16 09:08 PDT
I worked at Trinity Partners, LLC
Pros – Some of the best reasons to work at Trinity are a competitive wage and the ability to work when you are able to.
Cons – Some of the downsides of working at Trinity are that there are limited opportunities for advancement in the company and your responsibilities are limited.
Advice to Senior Management – I would advise the senior management team at Trinity to take more time in considering what the residents of their properties want.
2012-05-02 00:35 PDT
I have been working at Trinity Partners, LLC
Pros – Great work/life balance. Co-workers are very pleasant, for the most part. As long as you do your job well, it is fine.
Cons – Small organization with litte room for advancement. Salary is ok in comparison to other companies, but benefits are lacking (no doubt due to the size of the company.) Some co-workers are overly paranoid and easily excited (in a bad way). You just have to roll with the punches. Those type of employees account for about 25% of the staff.
Advice to Senior Management – Develop an HR position and have plans for development of employees and promotion within the organization. At the rate the company is growing, new people need to be added as necessary and current employees need to not have so much weighing on their shoulders at all times. It is a recipe for disaster.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2011-03-15 05:40 PDT
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