Driver Helper (Former Employee) – Kent, WA – August 2, 2017
Wouldn't ever recommend this place to anyone. If you want any kind of social life, you best look else where. The management doesn't seem to get it and only care about themselves and their god forsaken numbers. They could careless about their drivers.
Route Driver (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – August 2, 2017
A typical day of work consists of going to various businesses, checking their Shred bins or consoles & then shredding the confidential information that they have. Depending on the route, you can definitely do a lot of walking. Shred bins can also be very heavy so if you're not ready for a workout, this job may not be for you. Management is very laid back & is willing to work with you with things on your route & vacation just to name a few examples. All the Drivers are great to work with & never hesitant to answer any questions you may have about a stop, etc. The hardest part of the job for me is definitely the walking at least on my route which is in the Downtown area of my city. Sometimes you may have multiple bins to service, which can be heavy & having to walk a block or two due to parking can be a little stressful. The best part of the job is meeting new people & being able to be out & about enjoying the scenery
Records Specialist (Current Employee) – Boyers, PA – July 31, 2017
They keep me busy always. It would be nice to have a say in whether i leave my current work station rather than being randomly pulled. Supervisors are relaxed as long as everyone is productive. Some co workers think of only themselves rather than as a team.
Overall, it was a good atmosphere and the people were really nice.
Warehouse Logistics (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – July 31, 2017
The coworkers are really nice, the job was contract so not really job security. No one could really help me with the contract end date. Was told several different things from management, felt kind of left out of the loop.
It was easy to get lost in the fast-paced work of prepping papers for scanning/reassembling boxes of paperwork for storage. My coworkers were friendly and helpful and would occasionally come to me for help with their own issues, such as stuck staplers. My supervisor was open to all my questions and explained things in a way I could easily understand. The environment was very welcoming, and though I often came away with my hands cramping up a little from so many repetitive motions, I enjoyed each and every day I worked there.
Free coffee & hot chocolate with the occasional free doughnut day
Transportation Supervisor (Former Employee) – Oxnard, CA – July 26, 2017
IM has a great employee culture. Plenty of room to grow if you choose to do so. Plenty of work to keep you busy and at least your 40 hours. Its worldwide so you may transfer anywhere there is an open position you qualify for. Like most places this large, some management issues but does not dilute the overall environment . I would recommend this to anyone seeking long term employment and a good career.
Workplace culture, Plenty of employee appreciation recognition Plenty of support from upper managment
Studio Engineer/Transcoder (Former Employee) – Moonachie, NJ – July 25, 2017
Actual work is good. Relaxed & friendly environment. High security for work projects. Compensated (non monetarily) for good work production. Hired as a permanent employee relies on budget or client flow for that quarter.
Department management treats workers to keep up moral for crunch schedule
Warehouse Worker (Current Employee) – Allentown, PA – July 18, 2017
Company does not worry about their employees all about themsthemselves. To many people get away with alot of stuff like helping others they rather sit and get paid for those 2 or 3 hours everyday. This happens everyday
Overall, not a bad place to work but not the best place to work
Records Coordinator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 17, 2017
The front-line employees are usually ignored as management dictates almost everything while setting unrealistic goals. Limited resources often forces employees to improvise by taking short-cut. The overall work environment is a friendly one but many unproductive employees are not coached. Compensation could be more for the type of industry.
Friendly work environment.
Management dictates everything without employees input. Promotions are only for a selected few.
Iron Mountain is a company worth working for. There are many long time employees, just not in the department I was in.
Release of Information Specialist (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 12, 2017
My direct manager was the best. She was always fair and supportive. Iron Mountain has an open door policy between staff and management. I found this to be the case with my manager. She is the type of person you always hope to have as a boss. My interaction with other management left me with a positive impression as well.
a matrix that does not account for computer or customer service issues.