Trinity Logistics, a Top 20 3PL offering people-centric freight solutions®, today announced that it is Great Place to Work-Certified™. Great Places to Work certifies companies through its rigorous, data-driven For All methodology, confirming that 95 percent of Trinity’s employees have a consistently positive experience as compared to 59 percent at a typical US-based company.
This is the fourth year Trinity Logistics has earned the honor, based entirely on team member feedback. Great Place to Work is the global authority on workplace culture, Team Member experience, and the leadership behaviors proven to deliver market-leading revenue and increased innovation. People, Team, and Culture were three of the top-mentioned topics in Trinity’s GPTW survey.
“We are thrilled to be Great Place to Work-Certified™ for the sixth year,” says Sarah Ruffcorn, President at Trinity Logistics. “We make our culture a top priority with our commitment to living out our Guiding Values of Integrity, Legacy, Fun, Continuous Improvement, Excellence, Determination, Leaders, and Teamwork. Through our Team living these values, and not just hanging them on a wall, Trinity has created such a strong workplace culture.”
Trinity Logistics began in 1979 as a small freight brokerage and later joined the Burris Logistics family in April 2019. Now Trinity has 310 Team Members in six Regional Service Centers across the country.
“We congratulate Trinity Logistics on their Certification,” said Sarah Lewis-Kulin, Vice President of Best Workplace List Research at Great Place to Work. “Organizations that earn their employees’ trust create great workplace cultures that deliver outstanding business results.”
Read more about our GPTW designation.
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