Mailroom Clerk (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 18, 2017
The hardest part of the job is becoming an all call employee, of the fact you are switched to different sites before you can get use to the site you were located in. Overall my co-workers/clients were great and I enjoyed going to work.
Great co-workers/clients, 1 hour lunch, They work with you with situation you must deal with.
If you're an Star as I was, basically is learning how different sites do different things.
I had the opportunity to work with great managers. They were understanding of my class workload and very clear on what they expected of me. They provide guidelines for the clients you are working for and are there to help you when you don't understand a step.
RVP Sales (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 9, 2017
There are a lot of promises at the interview. The moment you commit, all of those things change. Unstable management, negative atmosphere due to the unrealistic approaches in the legal industry. They got into the ediscovery game far too late and are expecting way too much revenue from an industry that is saturated. There is no support so the best bet is to forge your own network based upon your own knowledge base and skill set. All of the good employees are gone within 3-6 months because they know the industry better than this company does. Everyone is disposable and there is no one capable of providing training. Too much emphasis on short skirts and plunging neck lines. Many potential clients have complained about the caliber of sales staff and the high turnover. Good luck
snacks in the Atlanta office and lunch meeting budget
Copy Center Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 12, 2016
Very Productive environment can be fun a times and can also be hectic during rush hours or while there are very important files needed. But over all great company with great people who support family values and honer integrity.
Region Vice President (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – December 6, 2016
All the right ingredients for success, but at the time I left I wanted to make sure I was part of the digital revolution and an opportunity came that put me where I wanted to be at the time. Having also worked for several small and fast growing companies, I left to work with the industry leader and have not regretted my experiences there.