I worked at TRI-COR full-time (More than 5 years)
Very progressive and open culture, wants to do the right things by the customers and employees. Ethical and fair. Seems to embrace technology and best practices, promotes change and communicate well. Enjoyed the new TCI.
Certain administrative functions can take longer than smaller businesses. Sometimes things change a little too fast for some folks.
Advice to Management
Keep communicating and smiling, it's motivating to the staff
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at TRI-COR.
I submitted my resume to a current TRI-COR employee at the time, then I was contacted by HR to complete and submit an application as well. Once that was completed, I was contacted to arrange an in-person interview with the team and manager I would be working with. After that interview, I was brought in to the local office to interview with the director at the local office.
As part of filling out my application, I was asked about my current salary and salary expectations. During my interview with the director, he asked once again about my salary and salary expectations, and did not try to renegotiate, but he did say that he wasn't sure he'd be able to get me the money I'm asking, since corporate was the one who made the decisions. I did end up getting the money I had asked for.
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