Truck driver (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – November 16, 2015
As a truck driver there, you are really a heavy machine mover. It involves dragging heavy printers up and down flights of stairs. They also expect drivers to set up units, even though they have plenty of techs who can do it. Management there is unprofessional, most have been there too long. Pay is low compared to other driving jobs.
Family owned business with dreams of being much bigger
Receptionist / Order Expeditor (Former Employee) – Madison, WI – August 22, 2014
I was sad to be leaving this business after just starting my 14th year. As with all companies, they have their flaws, but for me it was a good experience and I enjoyed my time with them. I would work for them again if they decide to expand to the southern market.
award trips to various locales given yearly to chosen employees
some favoritism in departments can make it undesireable to work in them.
Mailroom Coordinator (Former Employee) – Oak Creek, WI – July 8, 2014
Devised and implemented a new sorting system. Developed systems for best efficiency and time management. Designed a procedures manual Maintained toner supply for copiers and delivery to client. Pitney Bowes Connect Plus Proficiency Certified
Account executive (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – December 28, 2013
Run like the plague! You will work your butt off for the first 6 months, and at that time, decide if you want to stay or be fired. Then the veteran reps will come into your former territory and clean it out so that the new people have nothing. Continuing circle like this leaves very little success for new people and continued success for the veterans.
It was a family owned business. Mangement had their favorite techs that received more training than I.
Field Technician (Former Employee) – Dublin, OH – October 27, 2013
Went to my first call straight from home. Drive about 100 miles a day. Customer satisfaction was my top priority. I learned the copy process very well. Became the first Canon Certified Master Technician at the Dublin office for product knowledge and ability to troubleshoot problems. Management saw fit to make sure I was the last technician to be trained on the newer digital equipment. We worked more as a team than we did at ComDoc. The hardest part of the job was keeping up with the changing digital technology. The most enjoyable part of the job was leaving an account with the customer satisfied.
Dynamic company, great culture and support. At times rolled out new products and failed to re-evaluate sales success or lack of. Employees in remote offices can feel separated from corporate culture and inside events.