Braille Works
Happiness rating is 69 out of 100
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Braille Works Careers and Employment

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About the company

  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
  • Industry
  • Link
    Braille Works website
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Salary estimated from 206 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 47 reviews and is evolving.



Team Member in Florida
on November 6, 2021
The main thing about this job is the extreme repetitive nature of the work. You do the same thing over and over day in and day out. Opportunities for advancement are slim to none if you aren't friends with the right people. The pay rates have been raised, and you do get yearly reviews with small merit raises each year. Work life balance depends upon which department you are in. Some departments have crazy mandatory overtime, while others get to leave early on Fridays. There's definitely favoritism going on. Some people get into "trouble" for things that others get away with. Mostly people are treated like children. The benefits are not too bad, the longer you are there the more time off you get. But there are times when they won't allow you to use your time off.The working atmosphere is challenging in that it is an open space office and there are no desks. You have to sit next to people at long tables. It's not a very comfortable environment. There's zero remote Opportunities unless you are a manager.
LP Team Member in Seffner, FL
on May 11, 2022
Braille Works is a great place to gain wide knowledge into the world of the sight-impaired! It's a great atmosphere, casual dress code, lots of opportunities for advancement, completely inclusive, great management teams, flexible hours, and a great human resources team. I'm not a morning person, but I go in with a smile and receive "good morning" greetings. There's no better way to start the day! I enjoy the work I do and I love the team I'm a part of as well as our Team Leaders and Supervisors. I've been with BW a year and a half and am very happy with my position and with the company. BW management is always seeking to improve the company in every way and that's another reason I love it so much. Working at BW gives me the feeling of being part of something bigger than myself and I've never experienced that before.
Document Specialist in Seffner, FL
on January 26, 2022
Working at Braille Works has been a fun and rewarding experience, I did not realize how many things I took for granted before I started working here. I'm constantly learning new techniques and growing in both my personal and professional life. Leadership is helpful and genuinely cares about me. When I first started, I didn't realize how many opportunities there would be for growth but management is always looking to help me progress to the next level.
Automation Designer in Seffner, FL
on October 13, 2021
I worked for the company for quite a while and was blessed enough to have the opportunity to gain knowledge in a few departments which assisted in my growth both personally and professionally. However, I have been beaten down so much by management to the point of no longer feeling worthy. I loved what i did for the company because the mission is so heart-warming, but the people working there are a bit different. I also learned that if you are friends with management life will be a lot better for you!
Automation Designer in Seffner, FL 33583
on October 1, 2021
An opportunity that will allow you to continuously grow and learn. There is always a push for you to gain new skills, become better at problem solving, and teamwork.

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