- 5.013 Aug 2020Objections ManagerCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearWashington, North East England, England
Tritility has been a model in the provision of support that it offers to its employees ranging from its comprehensive health/dental insurance, employee assistance and the "open door policy". Having worked for a number of consultancies, it is a pleasant surprise that the directors are truly open in their belief that their door is always open to address concerns, make improvements and support staff to be able to fulfil their potential. Since working with the company, I have had nothing but positive support from the directors to the management team to help me make the business the best it can possibly be. The initial trepidation that comes with a new job is often eased by the fact that they have regular social events, that they recognise their support staff as much as their sales staff and they believe in people. This is a company that truly wants to do the right thing and breed the cultures to be able to succeed in a highly competitive industry.
If there is a negative, I haven't found it yet.
- 5.01 Nov 2023Lead GeneratorCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
One of the better sales offices I have worked in. Professional work environment whilst still being able to have a chat with others so not too strict. I had no experience in the energy industry however I have been trained to a great standard to which I now am knowledgeable. Great support from those around
Have nothing bad to say
- 1.028 Apr 2023Energy ConsultantFormer Employee, less than 1 yearJarrow, England
Social events Incentives (such as competitions)
• pay is rarely correct • they “gifted” holidays for Christmas closure and forced us to sign forms to confirm that we understood we’d have them deducted if we chose to leave by April. We were part of a training scheme that was due to end in March and we were reassured we would not be deducted if the company let us go prior to that. However, they did. They deducted all of us and cancelled the training scheme in mid January. • had several meetings about how we should pay no mind to the owners ‘sketchy’ dealings in the past as they would have no weight going forwards. • a few of the managers had affairs with employees and engaged in the selling of illegal substances while at work. • claim to be supportive of the LGBTQ+ community but then told somebody to simply ‘think before they speak’ after that person went on a 2 hour homophobic rant in the training room, calling the whole community ‘unnatural’ and ‘disturbing’ and using their Christianity as an excuse.