Trivas International came about after working with organizations in an occupational health and safety capacity with our sister company Boreal Services Group Inc. Our clients and their workers were constantly asking for resources to help with mental health in the workplace. In the news, with our colleagues, amongst our other communities: we were constantly hearing about organizations that were struggling to keep their workers motivated and engaged and we were hearing from professionals, new workers, tradespeople, and students, that they were struggling to find workplaces in which they were respected, valued, and made to thrive.
We started asking ourselves the following questions… What if everyone LOVED their jobs? What if everyone came home from work at the end of the day feeling valued and appreciated and fulfilled? What if, at the end of the week, everyone thought to themselves, did I ever kick-ass this week…I did an amazing job, and my boss totally recognized my hard work. Now the weekend is here I am going to relax, rejuvenate, spend time with the people I love and be ready to rock my job again on Monday!
How much better would the world be? Maybe it’s a lofty goal, but I can’t help but think that if workers were allowed to thrive at work, every day, then the world could be a better place.
Trivas International Inc. believes all organizations should have motivated, productive workers who love their jobs. We also believe that the world’s workers should all have the opportunity to thrive.
We believe in some simple truths:
We learn from our clients.
We want to see people succeed. Our knowledge and passion combined with our clients’ knowledge and passion is what leads to success.
We are passionate about people succeeding in the workplace. Success in the workplace means success in their lives; these individual successes makes the world a better place.
Mental health in the workplace is just as, or dare we say, even more important than physical health in the workplace. It’s time that organizations and governments recognize this. That being said, mental health and physical health should not be separated.
While our egos can get bruised a bit, we embrace and learn from our mistakes. It’s the very best way to grow.
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