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
RR Donnelley is one of the largest printers. The corporate offices make most of the decisions. Unfortunately that means that some of them are not in line with the local folks. The pace is fast and the work is interesting, however , sometimes the deadline were unrealistic and difficult to meet. I enjoyed my time there and would go back if asked to.
FREIGHT COORDINATOR (Former Employee) – Danville, IL – February 16, 2018
I would have worked here forever, I got to talk to people from all over the United States. I loved the challenge and the satisfaction of completing my daily assignments, I even enjoyed when a "hot" load was dumped in my lap and needed covered right away. I liked how all of the coordinators worked as a team and when we succeeded it was as a team. I really miss those days.
Print Operator (Current Employee) – Hyde Park, MA – February 15, 2018
this company is the worse to work. if you are Vietnamese your good. the building is the oldest in Hyde park. very little heat and air condition. if there is no work in your area they dont want you working in any other area you have to leave.
Pressroom Clerk (Former Employee) – Roanoke, VA – February 12, 2018
Unfortunately the plant has recently closed. I learned a considerable amount about printing. The digital printing was a fun and exciting part of the platemaking process. I was disappointed to learn that the plant was having financial trouble that eventually resulted in a plant closure.
A typical day at work is productive. I learned the importance of teamwork and the production process. The leadership always present as a guide to meet the goals. Workplace culture oriented to customer for their benefits. The hardest part of the job is leaving. The most pleasant part of the job is the satisfaction of having met my goals, with the company and with customers.
Material Handler - Press (Current Employee) – Smyrna, TN – February 10, 2018
On thirds I work as a team of four with three exceptionally knowledgeable pressman. My supervisor can fix anything and is a great teacher. It's a demanding job but just physical enough to keep me in shape and mentally challenging enough to prevent boredom.
Low pay for hourly workers meant insane demands on managers
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Georgia, USA – February 5, 2018
Always short handed, hourly workers didn't care that much because they weren't paid very well. This put a lot of unnecessary stress on management. High stress, low morale. Too bad because there was a lot of work and it could have been a great place to work. Enjoyed many of my co-workers and appreciated steady employment but "steady employment" for me meant 3 months straight without a day off.
Account Administrator (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – February 4, 2018
I enjoy what I do, the problem is the facility is far & the pay does not out weight the amount of traveling I need to do to get to my office. My position does not allow me to work from home & I'm not permitted to answer any emails after hours even though I have remote access to my emails. I've learned how to coordinate with other departments. I learned what they did and how the connected to the rest of the facility. I learned internal applications to make billing easier. I don't agree with a few of my co-workers when they say the don't need to know how to work with internal applications, because in my mind the more you know the more productive you can be. The hardest part of my job is getting other people on board with a plan when they don't think they need to. I had to explain to a worker in Prepress that I needed a file posted a specific way because it would help when it came time to ship the job. It took some convincing because it required additional work on the Prepress end of things. The enjoyable part of my job is when a plan comes together, a job is shipped correctly, and the client is happy. I love it when the client is happy.