Press Operator, Customer service Supervisor (Former Employee) – Rochester, NH – April 19, 2017
This was one of my favorite places to work. Everyone got along (most of the time). You would get to work and grab a free cup of coffee and say hello to everyone. There was always someone willing to help if you were buried or did not understand something,
I did do all of the customer disatisfactions (printing company so colors could be off...)It could be difficult as some people see colors differentl. I found that just listening to someones concerns goes a long way.
The people were like family, 401 K contributions by company
Manager (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – May 6, 2016
There are a number of great people that work at Curtis 1000 but they are under appreciated, under paid, over worked and until recently have been lead by those with no vision. New senior management is taking the company in a different and positive direction. The parent company, Taylor Corp. continues to make significant acquisitions that are altering the landscape for Curtis 1000 and until the dust settles from these acquisitions, I would not recommend seeking a position here. There are simply too many unknowns for the future at this point to consider Curtis 1000 as a long term employment opportunity.
Zero work life balance for anyone in management, Declining sales, Cannot turn a profit, Layoffs every few months (for years)
National print and marketing company that evolves with clients' needs.
Business Solutions Consultant (Current Employee) – Williston, VT – January 4, 2015
As a Business Solutions Consultant I cover ME, VTand NH, helping businesses in all vertical markets with print/promo needs. My passion is in direct marketing and development. With such a large territory I spend a great deal of time on the road, packing a suitcase nearly every other week which leaves little time for a balance in work/life.
Customer Service/Order Editor (Former Employee) – Rolling Meadows, IL – January 15, 2013
Edited orders for errors and contacted sales reps with any problems. I learned everything about envelopes,letterhead and the printing industry as it was then. The hardest part of the job was tracking an error in printinng. The best part was finding it.
they had good insurance and was 5 minutes from home
DGG Operator,Fulfullment Dept, Bindery Helper (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – July 10, 2012
Kept very busy each day Always learning something new each day sometime work in differ dept Always there when needed Work well with co-workers Making proof dates The Team I work with each and every day