Suggestions for improvement
- New administrative staff, new human resources staff and a complete audit of everything going on. When those who are a detriment to the company are gone, things will get better.
What I like about the company
I have worked in a correctional setting (prison/jail) for many years and Trinity offered positions to continue my career.
What I dislike about the company
Family members of senior management were given opportunities that other staff members who had been employed and more experienced were not offered. Trinity allows staff members to have affairs with each other and those particular staff members go on trips together on company money and we other employees are told it is not against company policy. Trinity offers bonuses to its managers but then sets up their budgets in such a way to prohibit the bonuses when they are due. Trinity discriminates against female food service directors (they make less money than males). Trinity pays hard working supervisors who supervise up to 40 inmates at a time, preparing between 400-1500 trays per meal on average of $9.50/hr, fall below any standard. Trinity pays Food Service Directors as low as $30,000 year to oversee correctional kitchens with high demands. There is no standard of pay for Food Service Directors. If they are having an affair with executive staff or are related to executive staff they make upwards of $65K per year and if they are female and do not get involved in questionable activities, just do their job they are paid as low as $32K. Trinity currently has a contract with 3 prisons for the State of Florida, Hardee CI, Marion CI and Jefferson CI and all are dangerously understaffed and all three prisons have high custody (murderers, sexual offenders multiple times, violent crimes, gangs, etc.) in them with no regard to their employee's safety. Money is the driving force and nothing else.