Catcher/Loader (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – February 27, 2018
This job is run by bosses who likes to be sucked-up. If you don’t know how to brown nose you’re not going anywhere. A toxic workplace where you’re not going anywhere even if you’re desperate for a job. I would recommend NOT to work on this company. Stressful, not by the job you are task to do but by the people you work with. Everyday is always like a Russian Roulette that you are lucky if you got an assigned job that is gonna run smoothly from start to finish but if it’s not, GOOD LUCK asking for inexperienced, lazy, backstabbing operators for help to fix your machines.
This place is like high school all over again. Initially you will be a freshman for the first couple of years. People will relentlessly train you to do your job. Eventually you will join a clique and start to have a good time. Most of the employees have known each other since high school and it's hard to fit in.
Overall a good company, a lot of autonomy exist between the 64 locations.
Graphics Manager (Current Employee) – Sioux Falls, SD – August 24, 2012
The corporation is progressive in the packaging industry. The benefits are better than average. Upward mobility for management is not very good. If you get your MBA, plan to move on if you want to move up. Each of the 64 global plants has a lot of autonomy, so evaluate the locations on their on merit.