Production Associate (Current Employee), Elmsford, NY – October 21, 2014
Pros: pays $11 an hour. the work isn't hard at all.
Cons: when there is no books, theres no work., there are no health benifits or rasies unless you become a permanent staff, that can take a while.=
I like working there. The work isn't hard at all. Every two weeks the company supply lunch for everyone. The management is cool. They do their best to make sure the work place is safe for everyone. The only thing I don't like is the fact that when there is no books you don't have work. No matter how long you work there you wont get a raise or any benefits – more... unless you become a permanent staff which could take years. – less
Customer Management Team Rep (Current Employee), Charlotte, NC – July 21, 2014
Pros: relaxed work place.
Cons: not much room for growth.
This is a good place to work and an overall relaxed environment. Only draw back is that there is not a lot of room to grow within customer service and it seems that office politics dominate the workplace as opposed to sheer abilities seniority.
Great company with great products quality customer service
Tier 2 Representative (Former Employee), Fort Mill, SC – July 2, 2014
Pros: fun friendly co-workers really work as a team.
Cons: extremely long hours with daily changes to schedules
This was a great place to work. They really care about their customers and the quality of service and products they provide to their company. If company had not relocated I would still be there.
Although the company was a great place to work with great team oriented co-workers, upper management would constantly make changes to hiring procedures and – more... now follow thru on promises from converting temporary staff to permenant positions in a timely manner. Would promise staff 40 hour work week, then two days later change work week to 24 hours, then would later again would change hours back to 40 hours. Always told people they were happy with their work but still no rewards when converting to full time positions with benefits. Also schedule would change daily as far as being sent home work early or changes to lunch times. – less
Press Operator (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZ – April 29, 2014
A typical day was busy. I learned alot and did more then I should of I enjoyed my co-workers although management was hard to deal with. the hardest part of my job was leaving and the most enjoyable part was learning what I did and always kept busy.
xerox operator (Former Employee), SC – April 2, 2014
Pros: cheap lunch
Cons: some people like to talk trash and management dont do there job about it
Good place to work. They got many jobs for you to do, so never shortage of work unless its the off season. When you go on break the got a game room with a pool table, ping pong table and a xbox to mess around with. The food is really cheap. Plus during the promo times they feed you bojangles and plenty of other kind of food just depends on what day – more... it is. – less
Fast paced work that will keep you engaged and busy all day
Press Operator (Current Employee), Valhalla, NY – March 31, 2014
I truly enjoy working in this field and industry. Its engaging and for someone like me who likes to trouble shoot issues that come up, its always interesting when I can find and solve those issues with the equipment I am working with. This is Important when I have a job to print and a deadline to meet. This job keeps me busy and literally on my toes. – more... Most importantly it gives you the ability to multitask which keeps the work interesting. – less
Warehouse Clerk Polar Cutter (Former Employee), Tempe, AZ – January 26, 2014
Pros: paid lunch breakes
Cons: not enough work
I love going getting my sation ready and i would start cutting and banding i would work with another person and my 12 hour shift would fly by we would finish our work and head down to shipping and help them out.