I was satisfied with RRD in terms of pay, responsibilities, and work-life balance.
RRD use to be a good place to work. The company culture is dependent on where you are located. Overall, it's relaxed and low pressure I would say.
However, because of the decline in the market for printing as a whole, RRD have cut their benefits dramatically. Their health insurance is almost unaffordable with extremely high deductible, poor choices in coverage, no 401k matching, no pension, and high out of pocket expense. It's basically major medical.
I don't have good things to say about management across the board. They do a poor job of communicating and the list goes on and on.
good work-life balance
very poor health benefits, no 401k, no pension, poor management