Production (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – May 21, 2018
This place has to be the worst! The people who work hard are overlooked while the lazy managers and their lazy employees get all the praise . If you don’t kiss someone’s behind or are friends with certain people then beware you’re a target. Human Resource doesn’t care about the employees it’s the managers against the workers basically and let me tell you management are full of liars smh. There is no room for advancement here so don’t even think to take the place seriously. There is no real guidance the managers don’t even know how to do there own jobs and no matter how many surveys we take and they claim to hear us nothing is done about it. This place is filled with a bunch of leads with egos.
If you are a Machine Operator you are supposed to make the quota for the day and no- one will talk to you that day. They are unprofessional, if the machine breaks down they make it your responsibility to fix it even though you aren't even qualified to operate on those machines. It is a very poor place to work for the amount of work you have to put dosn't pay well either. Management and HR are by far the worst they cover them self instead of fixing the problem. Management is a bit racist too.
Company has good ideas,bad poor management and worker by suppervisor looked as lower person
General Laborer (Former Employee) – Colchester,uk – April 22, 2018
The company it self has good ideas,but not all of them fullfiled as its envisioned. Some supervisors shouldnt be working there because they dont respect workers,shout on you some humiliate you because you are immigrant. It should be paid more for such job.
There is a lack of communication and management. Certain members of our team are shown favoritism and nothing is done when you complain about it. After completing a company survey and acknowledging that the team supervisor was showing favoritism, nothing was done. If you want a job where you are not recognized for your hard work but the ones that lie and don’t talk to peers get promotions then you can go work for CPI.
Operations (Former Employee) – Littleton, CO – March 10, 2018
Just a few years ago was a leader in it's market with strong sales and quality. As they experienced the same quality issues other manufacturers experienced going to the new EMV chip, they reduced the quality group and instead hired a ton of HR and Finance people. As leadership became more and more driven by the finance team, they lost support of the quality needs, both formal and in the peoples needs.
Show up on time and do your job and you'll do fine. The best employees enjoy privileges that others do not receive, Poor communication over four different shifts, often expected to know things on weekend shifts that weren't included in e-mails.
Lots of overtime available, good benefits
Stressful workday, especially for newbies. You are expected to know your job almost immediately.
Freedom to build the business based on experience.
Director of Card Services (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – February 21, 2018
My career has been characterized by introducing new products such as American Express Blue and introducing smart cards into Brazil, and by opening new sites such as the JP Morgan site in Dallas, and the CPI Card Group site in Denver. I specialize in building and training new organizations through training, networking, and industry experience. It has always been gratifying to be able to utilize state of the art equipment to leap frog the competition and to ensure that quality was the focus through training and the utilization of LEAN processes.
At this point in my career, I would like to contribute to growth and maturity in a young organization through the use of my experience and my financial and operational management skills.
Quality Coordinator (Former Employee) – Littleton, CO – February 5, 2018
always work to be done I learned a lot about specifications, requirements, and International Standards staff/management was very knowledgeable the people were hard workers I enjoyed spending time with them
Implementations (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – February 2, 2018
The overall job is stressful. You have many clients that you have to deal with a lot of deadlines to meet. Heaven forbid if you are running behind. The Implementations supervisor is rude and just down right hateful. And plays favorites with certain co workers. Hard work and dedication mean nothing here. Make a mistake and your let go. little to no team work and the moral is terrible. Everyone looks like they hate coming in to the office. if I were you I would stay as far away as I could from this place its not worth the drama or stress.
Production Artist (Former Employee) – Littleton, CO – December 15, 2017
The people there are wonderful to work with! Although there was a lack of communication between management and production workers, I did learn a lot in my line of work from there, so I can't complain about that. :)