- 5.014 Mar 2023Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
The culture really came through the moment I started speaking with team members. I came into the office for my interview and it was game over - I knew this was the place I wanted to be! The team really come through for each other, there is regular recognition for the team's efforts, support is available if you're willing to ask for it and the founders listen to, and act on, feedback.
A busy environment can mean comms are lost in translation, But as mentioned, the founders listen to feedback from the team, so this is already being remedied to ensure communication in the company stays a priority.
- 5.019 Oct 2021ConsultantCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearBristol, England
Too Many! Being new to the industry, it could have been easy to fall into the hands of a poor recruitment agency, but I have definitely landed on my feet with TRIA. From my interview stages and onwards the directors and now colleagues have been nothing but supportive, kind, helpful and motivational! After just 1 week I felt I had been there a lifetime. TRIA genuinely treat people like people, and you never feel looked down upon. The directors cant do enough to make sure you are happy and enjoying the work place. The levels of support are endless. - Awesome Culture - Many of exclusive Clients -Super supportive Directors -Lots of incentives / team day outs / socials - Great atmosphere -Friendly colleagues -Good banter -Progression Opportunities -Flexibility -The best office space and views!
No cons from my end. You could have long days depending on your work load, but you get out what you put in. Longer days are your own choice!
- 5.028 Apr 2021ConsultantCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearBristol, England
I was at final stage interview with other agencies and had 1 offer on the table, I was really excited about my next role with these potential companies. Right at the end of my search Tria came onto my radar and as soon as I met the Directors I knew immediately this was the place for me and cancelled all other roles. Really sensible relationship approach to recruitment, absolutely no KPI's (I think this is even seen as a swear word at Tria). And having worked somewhere that claims to have no KPI’s that then makes you fill in about 20 different spreadsheets detailing your every move, I can hand on heart say there is not even some subtle disguised KPI’s. We are trusted to deliver and simply given the support to achieve this…. Everyone is so friendly and works together so well, the support, banter and advice are available in equal measure. One of the best things of working at Tria is the autonomy to choose my own path but with as much or as little support as I want. I wasn’t given a market / vertical and told to get on with it, quite rare in the world of recruitment. I have 14 years’ experience across 3 other agencies and can honestly say Tria manage to combine all the good bits from all 3 into 1 agency but without the bad elements, not an easy thing to do. Commission scheme is the best I have seen on the market and you can choose from the various schemes to suit your experience and needs. It all seems very sensible and incredibly simple. Having spent the last 6 months working from home, I have felt fully supported, trusted and also like I am very much part of the team. The office is now back open and buzzing but I have not had any pressure to return to the office (Jab going in arm very soon so can't wait to return). The best thing about Tria??? (hard to choose) but I think is the flexibility and attitude from the 3 Directors to look at their business structure and make alterations when required to make sure Tria continues to remain a great place to work and can cater for everyone’s individual needs whilst still remaining very fair for everyone. Oh and almost forgot to mention, we have without doubt the greatest office space in Bristol with incredible views.
Hard to say really as after I joined I was in the office for a few weeks before Covid came back and I have worked from home ever since. It was a great few weeks getting to know everyone. The only con I can think of is I have heard stories of the amazing Tria nights out that happened regularly before Covid and am yet to experience one... not really a negative I guess but great to know Tria know how to throw a party