Pros: sometimes the company would provide breakfast, lunch and ice cream and cake. weekly pay, lots of ot if you like making extra money
Cons: high turnover rate, no room for growth, workload is very repetitive, short lunches and breaks, not allowed to have cellphones out at your desk, not even to listen to music
I worked as a Document review specialist and I wish I never would've taken the position. Initially, I applied for a different position but was told by the recruiter that I would probably be a "better fit" as a DRS.
First off, you only get 3 days of training and you're expected to know everything by then.
My supervisor was VERY rude to employees and – more... talked down to everyone. For example, one day someone thought it was his birthday (they got the days mixed up) and decorated his desk with balloons, like they did with all employees. He literally popped the balloons on purpose, with a pen throughout the day.
The environment was very stressful because any time you made a mistake you risked being fired. Everyone was LITERALLY on pins and needles all the time because of this. Dimont has the highest turnover rate I've ever seen. In the five months I worked there, I've seen at least 10 people get fired.
Anytime you see management ask to speak to someone in a conference room, everyone automatically assumes they're being terminated, because it would happen so often.
I would NEVER recommend this company to anyone unless you just wanted to make some quick cash for a couple of months, other than that don't waste your time. – less