Contractor - Site Manager (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – August 6, 2018
• Produced high volume of copy and print projects; performed heavy litigation and conference set-up. • Ensured delivery of parcels, distributed and tracked all incoming and outgoing mail. • Answered high volume of calls and performed general office duties.
Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – June 18, 2018
While my direct manager was wonderful to work for, the company itself did not care about its employees. There was not roomfor advancement and they rarely cared about personal issues going on in your life. Offered no maternity leave, and were not very understanding when I came back after having a baby and needed time to re-adjust to the cut throat environment of the law firm that this particular DTI branch worked for.
Hour lunch break.
Expensive, not quality healthcare. No maternity leave. Not understanding of situations.
Service Specialist (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – June 1, 2018
Management is terrible. Selfish and promoting people because of how long they have been there not because they are competent. I had a manager that would make mistakes and blame staff or deliberately not release all information setting her team up for failure.
Copy/Scan Operator (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 16, 2018
Check in at 2:55 precede to check Conenience copiers. Scan convenience copier check list to duplicating center. Print 2 sheets duplex stapled copy, check copy quality of all 25 copiers. 11 color copiers and 14 B/W. Adjust image quality on color copies. Perform clean feeder, clean wire, wipe thin glass plate, and scanning area with damp well wrung cloth if needed. When I'm done return to duplicating center and perform copy,and print jobs using canon copiers. Perform scanning jobs utilizing IPRO Copy plus. I also perform velo, tape, coil, and comb bind work.
Office Services Clerk (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – March 17, 2018
This was my very first office job, At my main location, My manager as well as coworkers were easy to work with, We had so much fun while getting the job done.the client were Highly professional people.
Pay/Going out for mail runs in bad weather sometimes in the rain without umbrella
I don't think they're called "DTI" anymore. I think they got bought out, but the side of the business I was on involved paper discovery. Due to the dying nature of such an industry, there being technologies that save time and resources above and beyond paper, the environment was one of constant worry about cutbacks.
I was the only person in my plant that was involved in production. Three years previous, they had a dozen people in the plant. There was no reason for this plant to be open other than to cement their presence in the area. It's two years later and I'm still salty.
Documents Specialist (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – February 27, 2018
nice place also to work with, busy place to work, btu sometimes they going to call you if we dont have nothing to do and it takes 2 to 3 days before they call you to work and if you done they going to ask you if you want to go home. because evrerything is done.
Records/Service Specialist (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 31, 2018
Will maximize your position and get everything they can out of you for the same pay rate. Allow the client to to take liberties with you so they don't lose account and basically make it seem that you should be glad you have a job.
I always enjoy working at DTI/Epiq. You are able to utilize your skills while learning more about various areas of law. Wealth of knowledge in the organization. The staff are professional and willing to help.
Flexibility in work hours. Attorneys and staff are always willing to help.