Equipment falling apart. True definition of a sweat shop.
2nd Operator (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – September 29, 2017
Sitting down is not allowed. There is no such thing as breaktime or lunches. The insurance is very expensive and covers nothing until each person pays a huge deduction. Some supervisors are really good most are not. Management is terrible .
Pay isn't bad
No breaks or lunches in 12 hours. Worst management ever.
Purchasing Agent (Current Employee) – New Albany, IN – September 25, 2017
It is a dead end as far as careers are concerned. The Company does not have a good employee retention rate. Also they expect more done than physically possible in a work Day. But no overtime. Best thing was my fellow co workers.
Good lower level co workers. Lounge Chairs in break room.
Bad insurance. Horrible Upper management. Huge Workload.
Machine Adjuster/Lead Man (Former Employee) – Orchard Park, NY – August 18, 2017
No raises in the last 15 years no advancement unorganized place to work. Worked there for many years and nothing ever changed. It was a stable. a lot of people lost their job and they had been there 30 to 40 years.
Customer Service Representative/Expeditor (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – June 12, 2017
busy, sometimes stressful due to not all locations follow the same guidelines for placing orders with the different locations, should be standardized, my manger is awesome, learned a lot over the years
National Estimating Manager (Former Employee) – Melville, NY – June 2, 2017
After working for most of my career at a family owned business, it took alot of getting use to working for a large corp. The people I worked for were wonderful. I made many friends for life. I developed the best Customer Service and Estimating team there could be. It was a very stressful job but I truly enjoyed it. I was able to make the people who worked for me enjoy coming to work. I learned many things at Cenveo. There are akways new and changing things going on and I am very greatful for my years with them.
Employee (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – May 15, 2017
Human resources and management do no operate with a what is best for the business in the future model. There is an oppressive me-first culture there that breaks down the few employees that take pride in there work and drives them out. They hire subpar junior level employees that will not even perform the vary job they were hired to do. There is no training program it is more of a sink or swim model.