This used to be a good place to work. The management is new at the Houston plant and they are making changes that don't allow production/csr staff to comply and get their job done. I have never worked anywhere that the management made my job so difficult to complete. I'm good at what I do and move work quickly, but my hands are tied so often that job become rushes while I wait for every approval to move forward. I am financially maxed out in my work category and have not been moved up to the next level. They say I'm great, but show me little respect in this area. There are definite issues, but they are not really doing anything about it. They are letting good employees leave and nobody is "getting it". I do love my sales people and most of the production staff - they are good people to work with.
it's the largest printing company in the world.
i'm good at what i do, i need to be allowed to do it.
Kitter (Current Employee) – Saint Charles, IL – April 26, 2016
A typical day at work just involves standing around doing nothing but cleaning. i've leanred nothing about this company. the management is the worst no communication, awesome coworkers. nothing hard about the job. nothing enjoyable!
Manager (Former Employee) – Menasha, WI – April 25, 2016
Commercial print is a difficult, commoditized market that requires focus and attention to waste and performance. Competition has dwindled as the market has constricted and RRD is in competitive position.
Senior Project Manager (Current Employee) – Phoenix, San Francisco, Chicago and Detroit – April 12, 2016
RRD management supports diversity and encourages growth in your career and strives for excellence. Compensation and benefits are in line to other businesses in the same field. However, depending on the department, various positions and times of the year, it can be stressful and over-whelming. Overall I would say it is a 8 out of 10 and a great company to work for.
Bindery Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Lancaster, PA – April 7, 2016
Management has no concept of family life. If you don't volunteer for overtime hours, you will be forced more than you want (or are able to do). Supervisors have no integrity, and most of them aren't able to do the job of the ones whom they supervise. Human Resources does nothing for the employee.
outrageous health care costs, little to no interaction with HR unless you work first shift, Poor management, Total lack of empathy for the employees
Maintenance Mechanic Technician (Former Employee) – Visalia, CA – March 31, 2016
Generate preventative maintenance schedules and procedures, monitored and maintained heating, ventilation, and cooling system, performed all facility maintenance and major/minor repairs on equipment and machinery, fork lifting, shipping/receiving, loading/unloading inventory, stocking.
Operator (Current Employee) – Kendallville, IN – March 25, 2016
i like working there and it is guaranteed that i go there and have the 12 hour shifts. i learned how to operate a couple machines. my co-workers are all good and fun i get along with everyone in there.
General Temp-to-hire (Former Employee) – Menasha, WI – March 21, 2016
I only got to be there for three months, because I went abroad, but also they let all the temps go around the same time. The way the place is managed is really impressive. If you have any problems or complaints, they actually look into the problems in order to make sure everyone's happy, no matter how long you've been there for. I would love to go back and work there again.
free Popsicles in the summer, good pay, decent hours, clean work environment
Everybody got along pretty well and helped each other out
Picker (Former Employee) – Georgetown, KY – March 14, 2016
Nothing was hard about the job. Everybody got along and helped each other out. A typical day starts out going into the shipping dept. and getting our pick sheets and then going out to the pickers computer and putting our information into the computer then go pick our product until we are finished with the order sometimes it takes a day or two to finish your order.. Each pallet you finish you print out a manifest of what is on that pallet and the shipping labels then you wrap it up with plastic wrap.
Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Grand Island, NY – March 7, 2016
RR Donnelley is an overall great place to work. My department has an internal site to nominate co-workers for their hard work and efforts in process improvements, leadership, going above and beyond each month and another each quarter. Our VP comes to visit with us twice or more a year; which is really amazing. It's really nice to have a person at a top level position in a Global company to come speak with us and find out how we feel and what are our thoughts on improvements.
Yearly Celebrations, potluck lunches, financial rewards, ability to work at home if weather is bad
workload at times can be excessive, long hours, not feeling able to take earned vacation time