Material Handler (Former Employee) – Mattoon, IL – October 18, 2017
If you're good at working under pressure, this may be a good fit for you. It takes a minute to learn your job, but once you have it figured out, you're pretty much set from there. The co-workers are decent and most will do their best to help you as long as they see that you're doing your best. Definitely not a job for the lazy and the hours are many and long. So do expect to be working on your feet a lot
Stressful but Money always to be made if want or need
Bindery Operator (Current Employee) – Lancaster, PA – October 12, 2017
No time for life outside of work but definitely able to provide family with all that they need and with what they want as well. Overtime hours can be volunteered or forced but working 12 days straight not always easy
Biller 2 (Current Employee) – Danville, KY – October 10, 2017
I loved my boss and my co-workers here. Everyone was really close-knit an got along and there wasn't a lot of drama, which I loved. My schedule was flexible as long as I got in my 40 hours. The hardest part of my job was that (for me) it was not challenging enough. I didn't feel like I was given enough work to keep me busy or challenge me regularly.
Great managers and co-workers, fun environment, compensation
Hoist 2 operator (certified) (Current Employee) – Plainfield, IN – October 9, 2017
Great place to work if you do not want to grow. It becomes very routine and sometimes can be boring. It appears that no one is every promoted or pay increase after the initial one. A lot of older people that work there that think they run the place. If they do not like you they will try to get you fired.
Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – October 3, 2017
Typical day would be put a ways for cart simple instructions do the put a ways then if there's orders to be picked pick them the only hard part was keeping up your rate which in the end I found new ways to make my rate the most enjoyable part was making productivity and learning
Hoist Operator (Current Employee) – Pontiac, IL – September 30, 2017
Fast and stressful Easy to learn about anything a lot of Overtime There are a lot of lazy people and down right rude people who work at LSC Management could work on controlling lazy unproductive employees
Quality.Assurance, General Labourer (Former Employee) – Baraboo, WI – September 21, 2017
The management and supervision team is lackluster. The hours are poor, working 12 out of 14 days every 2 weeks, 8 -12 hour shifts. The benefits are good, but I don't believe that theyre worth the stress induced from the long hours.
Roll Tender (Current Employee) – Avon, CT – September 21, 2017
the company cancels your work week and hours with no notification. they are constantly laying workers off. i work 12 hours at night which makes it hard when you show up at work and they tell you to go home
Material Handler (Current Employee) – Crawfordsvlle, IN – September 20, 2017
Most jobs are fast paced & standing on cement floors 8-12 hr days. No bonus. Raises are not yearly or merit based, few & far between & then minimal. Lots of gossip & back biting among employees. You only see managers /supervisors on the floor when they need to move you or your in trouble. There are no compliments or appreciation given. Be prepared to work over whenever needed on daily basis. You are told on Thurs if your machine is scheduled for the weekend.
LSC Communications is not a very happy place to be in. Supervisors are nasty and the benefits are bad. Co-Workers are jealous of one another, to much gossiping going on and back stabbing one another, telling tales to supervisors, Large turn over because of bad place to be in, lousy pay and transfers. LSC is a not a company it is a Dictatorship.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Lancaster, PA – September 13, 2017
LSC communications overall isn't a bad place to work. The main downfall with this company is they have a high turnover rate due to poor communication between management and associates. For the amount of work that is required by each associate they are not compensated enough with benefits or pay rate. It is required to work every other weekend but many times you are forced on your weekends off due to lack of employees throughout the company. you are worked very hard but not compensated the same for it.