Manager/Digital Communicator/Production Manager (Former Employee) – Maple Shade, NJ – February 11, 2018
These are individually owned franchises ... so each is run independently of the other... I enjoyed my many years with Sir Speedy... although it did not end on a happy note... it was a great experience. For the size of the business the benefits and compensation was adequate... but since each is owned independently... the same may not be for other establishments...
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – King of Prussia, PA – January 14, 2018
Fast-paced, high pressure job, deadlines to meet, managers sometimes were stressed out, equipment breakdowns made for stressful days. Being in customer service, I took the direct hits from displeased customers.
Wonderful company to work for as well as do business with. They are professional business wise. Family oriented. Great to work for would highly recommend using them for work. High quality of everything!
Customer Service Representative/copier specialist (Former Employee) – Holmes, PA – September 25, 2017
It's okay, it didn't pay enough , and the owner seemed to pay himself more than the employees actually were the backbone of the company I enjoyed working with my coworkers are very much is very family oriented and everybody got along very well pitched him when he needed to make me feel right at home when I started working there so
REGIONAL SALES & MARKETING MANAGER (Former Employee) – Springdale, AR – September 4, 2017
Good quick print company. Fun work environment with fun people. Most of the work was inside sales so an outside sales person was not needed. They have a good client base that is loyal and will keep coming back.
Customer Service Representative, Bindery/Finisher (Current Employee) – Largo, FL – August 16, 2017
I have worked for this franchise for 5 years and will continue to work for them for many years to come. My boss is very easy to work with given my full time parent of 2 kids and my doctors visits at the VA medical facilities. I am very grateful to work for a company such as this and will continue to grow with the company.
Customer Service Rep/Mailroom/Bindery (Former Employee) – Addison, IL – August 13, 2017
Most enjoyable part of the day was meeting with customers and designing/printing/copying or finishing their project. The hardest part was that the employer did not treat all employees equal--men were superior
Print production manager in a fast paced printing enviroment. Learned all about 1, 2 & 4 color sheet fed offset presses and how to create bluelines and match prints to ensure an accurately finished printed piece.
Two weeks vacation + mandatory paid day off on your birthday
Not enough creativity required. When human errors are made, there is generally not a chance to "make it right". Not enough work there. Initially I worked as Project Manager, converting data into work orders and proofing projects. However, it didn't seem a good fit, so I was put into Production instead, but there wasn't enough work.
Opportunities to correct errors are non-existent. Far commute, not enough work
Accounts Receivable Manager (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – April 23, 2017
Customer Service, Billing, Collections, Answering phone calls, Help with orders, called customer when orders were ready for pick up. I loved most of the people I worked with. The Manager was short with the employees. Everyone complained about him. It was a very unorganized work place. I learned to keep things to myself before complaining.
As an outside salesperson for a print, signage and marketing vendor, it was my responsibility to bring new new business to my company.
Outside Salesperson (Former Employee) – Cranston, RI – July 29, 2016
A day at Sir Speedy Printing in Cranston, RI was never dull! It was always fast-paced, filled with deadlines and constant pressure! It was a constant to bring in new business and it was done by prospecting, cold-calling, networking and referral marketing. My strongest skill was maintaining and building my customer base through strong customer service and understanding my customers' needs. My customer depended on me to suggest, express or propose ways to improve or enhance their product which I was happy to do! If I didn't know an answer to a question, I took the initiative to seek an answer or find the correct source to obtain the answer. The best part of the job was my relationship with my customers who became wonderful friends; many of 15+ years from my previous employment at PrintShops, Inc. in East Greenwich, RI which closed in 2014.
Working at a company rated in the top 100 in its classification in the United States.
Constant and never-ending pressure to bring new business to the company