New Employee Checklist:
If you are a new employee, we have four simple steps that will help you get everything you need to get started with TriCorps!
- Get hired. Track the status of your application through Kwantek.
- Complete all paperwork on the Efficient Forms website. This includes entering your employee information and reviewing and signing company policies. You’ll also be required to submit ID’s, direct deposit information, and your security license
- Receive Your Confirmation Email: You should receive email notification once approved. This email will include information on how to access your eHub Employee Portal.
- Get acquainted with the eHub. Login to eHub here. Confirm all your information in eHub is correct. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our corporate office.
Employee of the Month
Robert M. – San Antonio, TX
While monitoring traffic in the commercial and restricted areas of a client’s Headquarters, Officer Robert M. conducted a canvas of the secluded garage elevator lobby when it was observed that an unknown individual was on his back in distress. Immediately, Robert made contact and assessed the scene. It was identified that the unidentified individual was experiencing respiratory problems and needed emergency medical attention.
Robert notified the TriCorps Global Security Operations Center (GSOC) for the immediate assistance of paramedics to evaluate the distressed individual. While clearing the scene, it was discovered that the individual was experiencing respiratory concerns and later fainted. Shortly after, authorities arrived and evaluated the individual, concluding that he would be taken in for further treatment.
TriCorps is proud to announce Robert as our employee of the monthand showcase his exceptional leadership and professionalism in a state of emergency.
Physical Fitness in the Field, Not Just For Looks
By Bradley Ross, Training Officer
This month, I want to focus on a topic that we can often let slip by the wayside: physical fitness. We all have busy schedules and relationships with family/friends that rightfully take up much of our time off duty. Prioritizing time for our family and friends is crucial to our success in such a stressful and sometimes unpredictable line of work.