General Laborer (Former Employee) – Batavia, OH – April 21, 2018
Worked as a boxer for about a year and a half on 2nd shift. If you have no prior experience in printing it’ll take you a few weeks to get the jyst of it but after that you should be good. Close to when I was leaving operators were letting me be more involved with presswork, which I enjoyed. I like learning about my job. Hours were nice, 3pm-11pm. I even stayed over some nights to help 3rd shift. People are mostly decent. Boxer is the lowest position possible and I was making $10.20 an hour when I left. Made some friends that I still keep in touch with there. If you’re decent to them they’ll reciprocate it to you. Smaller company. Management and HR are respectful if you are. Overall got a better experience than I thought out of the company.
show up do your job and go home. Nothing fancy about this place, attendance is a must. They higher horrible people and no matter how bad a job they do they continue to work there as long as they show up to work. They do not rely on middle management to make staff decisions and the HR department runs that place. They have it out for your gone.
Inside Service Technition (Former Employee) – Amelia, OH – October 26, 2017
Run of the mill small company run by a very conservative owner. Salaries are low and your judged based on what you failed at not what you have accomplished. The staff is friendly and the management is fair enough but the compensation for your work will never be stellar. There is no significant raise without a title change, meaning you will need a promotion to see any raise in wage. Time off is pretty flexible within reason. I would say this is a good company if you need work you can count on to be there and not looking to move up in the corporate power structure.
Relaxed, Friendly, Flexible
Poor communication, Unrealistic requests and expectations, Over burdening empoyees
Unless you can brown nose with the best of them or become put of the clique you won't last very long. Favoritism rules the roost here. If your not part of the clique or a brown noser your machine will be sabotage, female third shift supervisor will make sure you take the fall for her mistakes, and you will be bullied. Lowest pay for around for printing positions. But on the bright side you could be working with the pedophile in the warehouse.
Not so friendly employees. Usually i would stand in place all day long for 8 hours.
Boxer (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – July 15, 2013
I worked 2nd shift from 3 p.m. until 11p.m. I honestly hated this shift. I never got to see anyone but the people at my workplace until the weekend came. I would get home at midnight everyday or even later. Some days were nice, everything went okay and usually there weren't any problems. I (most of the time) had to listen to someone complain every single day. I hated that about this workplace. I really have nothing else to say that's nice about it.
Estimator (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – March 31, 2013
pull emails with RFQ's are in from the group inbox make sure all required information is on the form. Input all the information into the company program that generates the quote. Email vendors for updated material pricing, die pricing, etc... Learned a lot for what about the labeling business. one the only ones that knows how to do the imprint/inkjets quotes. deal with inside and outside sales people. Management is typical. Co-workers are compassionate and hard working. Stress of the numbers of quotes has all the information on them and getting all the right information also dealing with the sales people. The way my co-workers and I get along.