Financial Data Analyst (Current Employee) – Rockville – June 3, 2015
Performed Final Review of the Financial Statements and be able to interpret with XBRL language to meet SEC regulations and GAAP accounting standards. The dead line and work pressure required during the 10K, 10Q filing, analyst must be able to find appropriate tags to match with source document to created taxonomy financial statements include face financial statements, all disclosures/schedules. Analyst exposes with financial statements as daily basis, with the solid understanding of SEC regulations and accounting knowledge/skills to provide interactive data formats. Projects/Task can be assigned as self-directed and team-orientated, successfully interact with teams and research skills are the priority.
Free Coffee and Free meals during peak-season with overtime
Productive and fun workplace fitting all lifestyles.
Assembler (Current Employee) – Plover, WI – April 23, 2017
RR Donnelley is an excellent place to work with room for advancement. The supervisors are friendly and informative. The overall atmosphere of the work place is enjoyable. This job can be beneficial to people from all walks of life.
full-time, year round employment. room for advancement
A typical day is running around with your head chopped off. Sometimes you got work that goes out the same day so you have to rush to get it out. I really dont learn anything but sometimes communcations if that place has it. The management sucks because most of them are their for a paycheck nothing else. Some of the management has favorites in that place. A lot of staff gets away with a lot of stuff. some employers gets fired for unnessary reasons or for no reason at all. i have more to say but right now is good enough.
Management lacked basic knowledge and skills about leadership, employee engagement and communication.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 18, 2017
Great salary benefits, however immediate manager (senior executive) was uneducated about basic management and leadership techniques. Company offered no meaningful opportunity for professional development.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Baraboo, WI – April 13, 2017
Couldnt complain shift were different some 12 hour shifts some 8 hour shift everything was really up to your seniority. No paid lunch and the management on night shift was horrible and didnt know to value their workers.
Technical assistant (Former Employee) – Green Bay, WI – April 12, 2017
Overall the pay was good and is what really kept me there. Through the years benefits cost got higher. Management was very poor there. But very easy place to work for.
Overtime was available always. Easy going job.
Not being able to leave facility for break. Poor managment, would get forced a lot due to lack of employees. Wouldnt give vacation when over staffed, They didn't keep up well with everyones absences and favouritism went around a lot.
Manager is not concern about employees working condition, Equipment for operator is not appropriated as OSHA requires
Electrical Engineer (Former Employee) – Strasburg, VA – April 9, 2017
Employees expressed the safety concern during operating equipment to manager but company normally disregarded their opinion. I felt sorry for all employees who ever worked in production line under heat temperature at 110 F
Digital Print Operator (Former Employee) – Breinigsville, PA – April 6, 2017
Good place to work overall but management could care less about their employees and I didnt feel as appreciated as I shouldve been. Very strict policies that I do not agree with but hey rules are rules I guess
BINDERY OPERATOR TRAINEE (Current Employee) – Lancaster, PA – April 4, 2017
If you are interested in money, but not free time, this place is perfect. The pay is decent and the opportunity for overtime is impressive, but it is difficult to have a separate life away from the company.
Graphic Designer/Production Artist (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 3, 2017
This is the cheapest company I've ever worked for. They have almost NO benefits. They couldn't even provide a Christmas lunch, it was a potluck. They made a 16 year employee quit, rather than let her go and give her severance pay.
Management takes no responsibility for failures. They find ways to blame employees.
Even though a women is officially at the top of the Atlanta office, she's not around much, and it is a boys club culture. If you're a young, cute girl you have a chance.
Machinery falling apart, no maintenance to keep machines running correctly.........All they want is production, even with the machinery falling apart............ Nobody in supervisory positions listening
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Appleton, WI – March 31, 2017
packaging books, gathering books, and stacking boxes is what my day consisted of. Wasn't too much to learn. Management was very nice. Good workplace culture. Hardest part of the job was that it was boring. Most enjoyable was that the people were good people.