Data Entry-Temp (Current Employee) – Livermore, CA – August 23, 2016
Most people here are friendly and willing to help out if you have questions. They use a lot of temps for various projects so your likelihood of getting hire isn't very high. You will also need lots of patience and willingness to roll with the punches, because things can and do change, day to day. The customer data you may end up keying can be very challenging to work with at times. Not a bad place to work overall.
Good environment, managers are approachable when issues arise.
Very stressful Plant manager puts way too much pressure on those busting their back . Lacks compensation for good job
Coordinator (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – August 10, 2016
Management changes often I was their less than a year . Brach manger was terminated within a few months of me being their . Plant manager and branch manager say they were on same page until plant manager was away from branch manager then it was a different story. Way too many contingent employees ( temps ) more temps at times then employees. Did not practice what they preach. Matrix way to high for what the limping equipment can handle . No raises in ten months
CDL Driver (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – August 5, 2016
This was by far the best company I ever worked for. As a driver I felt valued, felt well taken care of. Management in our plant was proactive and made sure we got what we needed. Great benefits, solid leadership.
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – San Marcos, CA – July 28, 2016
We did everything at Iron Mtn. We would pick up media and then bring it back to the branch where we would Distribute and pick media for the next day. We also were on stand by for Emer. if clients need media within 30min up to 3 hrs.
Receiving Coordinator (Former Employee) – Rancho Cucamonga, CA – July 22, 2016
My time at Salmon Falls was great. I learned a lot about myself and about the work place. Unpredictable work environment allowed me to learn fast and be productive. My customer service skills grew also.
good company but they dont take employees into consideration.
Warehouse worker (Former Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – July 14, 2016
The new managers only care about the quota they make hour meetings and they mostly talk about the quota they nees to realize that they havegoos hard workinf employees. And stop worrying about making that quota
Order Puller (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – July 10, 2016
A typical day was just getting to work on time and getting our assignments on all that needed to be done, and getting it done correctly and on target.done. I learned how to use wireless remote hand scanners to pull orders. There were only four of us in this department and I had a very good working relationship with them from the first day.
we worked independtantly, with minimum supervision.
Mechanic/4 (Former Employee) – Bensenville, IL – June 25, 2016
Okay here, but political and workers are just 'numbers' and have no say whatsoever when a dispute arise between managements and workers. Company always side with managements no matter how right you are, or how wrong the management was.
Would be ok with better pay and Managers who gave a s#it
CDL Driver (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 24, 2016
Working at Iron Mountain used to be so much better than it is at the current moment. Blatantly racist managers, supervisors and some employees to watch out for. We were asked to forget our personal lives and family commitments to go out and bust our butts for up to 12/13 hrs a day. Some drivers had part time jobs that Iron Mountain made them quit or get fired because they couldn't make it there on time after numerous 12 hr workdays. We worked in the city of chicago were we felt neglected and overworked compared to our suburban counterparts. We expressed this to no avail until we reached our boiling point and unionized. A year later we went on strike to get better pay and rights that we surely deserved and thought we would only strike for 2 weeks or so just so this company whom we made great sacrifices for will see we were seriously unhappy with some things going on. Iron Mountain felt betrayed so instead of paying us they paid for drivers, helpers etc to fly out from there markets to help our market while we was on strike! They even paid their hotel fare and gave food them stipends! Also they paid a million dollars for a security company to "watch us strike" just in case we did anything illegal ha! Well after the strike they fired over 40 good experienced drivers and replaced them with idiots who don't know a 65 gallon from a console! Nobody does their jobs correctly and then they call on the experienced drivers to fix the mistakes. So you want to work at iron Mountain? Go ahead, in a year you will be fed up with their backwards policies and illegal practices.more... I honestly don't think the company wants to be bad but due to lack of resources, pressure from the company, our values have been compromised.less