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
Working for this company is stressful. You are indeed over worked and under paid. Management is not professional and shows favoritism. I have learned that it doesn't matter how hard you work to supervisors or management but if they like you will determine things for you. Raises and benefits are not good at all. No bonuses, so don't look for one. the most enjoyable part of the job is when its time to go home.
salary, raises, bonuses, benefits, management, attitude, much more
Press Assistant (Former Employee) – Lewisburg, PA – June 23, 2017
Literally the worst experience I've ever had. 12 hour shifts with one 30 minute break. Ridiculous! The most depressing atmosphere, employees look beaten into submission. Its no surprise with the kind of management that's there. The supervisors are unapproachable, they have the attitude of a sweat shop manager. Low pay considering the amount of hours you work. Some employees consistently have to work 20 plus hours of overtime to make ends meet. No real family life. Do not work here!
Work conditions, insufficient down time per shift, unfeeling management, poor work culture, low pay
Back in the day it was a great company to work for.
Material Handler, Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Crawfordsville, IN – June 22, 2017
A close knit group of people who expected everyone to have each others back. Had to work a lot of overtime. Old dirty building with wooden block floors. It was a place where you learned work ethic or you were gone.
Accounts Receivable/Payable Clerk (Former Employee) – Hillside, IL 60162 – June 20, 2017
Typical day when we got a lot of orders and busy billing. Management is very family oriented. I sincerely enjoy working in my department (accounting) and most likely the hard part is when customers complain.
The work load is not constant and you always have to find work. I like to be busy and productive. The work is the same daily. There are no surprises. Receive orders, bill orders, and fax in for payment.
Fork lift operator (Former Employee) – Owensville, MO – June 19, 2017
They are great people to work for it's a fun places to work. Good pay. Fast pace work environment. Decent co workers They understand when you have to take off because of family or children. They give you the days you request off.
Janitor (Former Employee) – Pontiac, IL – June 16, 2017
I slung a mop and took out trash. Usually the women's rooms were nicer than the men's. Some days the gals went out of their way to make a gigantic mess. Staffing agency asked me to move into pressroom as a jogger. That work sucked so bad and I was lousy at it. Agency has me move to bindery, that's were I screwed up so bad they kicked me out. Lots of great folks work here!
Fulfillment Associate (Former Employee) – Plainfield, IN – June 14, 2017
Fine place to work, easy to work independently. Unfortunately, many things would go wrong in the warehouse that would force us to be unproductive for several hours at a time. On days that everything was working well, the day went by quickly.