Pros: professional leadership team, decent benefits, limited micromanaging once you prove yourself, management is getting better at listening to input from the field
Cons: recovering from c11 filing, industry is ultra competitive, profit margins shrinking, company is still developing a strategy based on changes in the print market
Despite existing in an industry fraught with eroding margins, consolidation, and commoditization of its key product (Print), WorkflowOne remains a viable player in the industry.
The tough market and poor business decisions made by previous owners forced the company through a C11 filing, but emerged a seemingly healthier company after doing so.
The – more... new management team, let by a CEO who has been a dedicated employee for over 40 years, has started to reinvigorate the culture at WorkflowOne. Local management, mostly consisting of sales leaders with long tenures at the company are leading the way. These folks know how to look out for their employees. Yes, they've had to make tough calls about layoffs in the past couple of years, but they've gone out of their way to retain key players. If you work hard and prove your value, then there should be little concern about job security. The one exception might be in some of the functional areas at the corporate office where deeper cuts were seen in the past two years, but that is consistent with the industry as a whole. – less