Production Coordinator (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 19, 2018
This company has great buying power and exceeds at offering customers with various options with a huge network of vendors. Management needs to engage with employees on a more productive level and give them goals and assessments. Poor leadership results in high turn over rate.
great environment and felxibility, good benefits
Management advice/direction in non existant and figure it out on your own is the motto there
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Senior Production Manager (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – June 3, 2018
On side with client quick tight deadlines includes significant must be completed prior to leaving for the day diverse job duties significant routine duties no opportunity for growth
Most enjoyable - working with the customer Fast paced environment
Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – May 30, 2018
Predatory business model that hurts traditional printing companies. Slow to pay their bills that led to difficult conversations with vendors. Back biting with mid level management. CSR's were promised but non existent once hired.
Initial salary was very good. Commission rate was high.
nice offices, C level execs were cool, strong selling points
slow to pay vendors after bashing them on pricing, predatory business model, mid level managers stabbed each other
Account Director (Current Employee) – greater new york city area – January 30, 2018
Large in scope, small in feel. Despite its large size, many people all of whom willing to help you when needed. HR is attentive to needs which can't be easy with so many employees. New employee training well run and effective to introduce company abilities. CEO video updates are informational, not simple vanilla speak.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – October 5, 2017
I worked happily for over four years on two different enterprise accounts. I was given challenges and opportunities that I found engaging. I was rewarded and respectfully acknowledged for the work and the client relationships that I built. Unfortunately, an opportunity on a third enterprise client, led me to a group that was not nearly as well managed. My warnings of potential client and leadership problems fell on deaf ears with the new team.
There are some really great individuals at inwk, but as with any organization, you want to make sure you are aligned with the right team.
InnerWorkings was a great move for me in my career. Over my time I have met some great mentors and learned a lot. I feel that this is a place that rewards you for a job well done. If you have drive and are flexible there are great opportunities for you to go after if you speak up for them.
I met people from different places.I'm personable and enjoy talking to people.Work was often demanding but teamwork is sharing the demands.
Material Handler 1 & 2 (SR) (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 1, 2017
Good place to work.I worked on a team with lots of encouragement and assistance if needed. What I learned most of all was how to be a team player. I also learned skills that were not a part of my duties and responsibilities. I believe you should learn as much as you can about all areas of your department, especially those area above your pay grade, One never knows when the additional knowledge/skills can be put to use later. Management was accomodating to special situations, fair and treated it's employees as valuable members of the company. The most enjoyable and surprising aspect of working for this company was the respect you received irregardless of your position; and the comradery among the staff. I don't have any comments on the "hardest part" of the job - the people or the duties. I'm a positive person and I enjoy challenges.
Flexibility of Management with its employees and the professional atmosphere.
It is a fun place to work, get to learn different things and a very friendly environment within the workers. The work load is enough to distract you throughout the day and the job meets its accomplishments everyday.
production manager (Former Employee) – Florida – May 6, 2016
Avoid this company at all costs. You would be better off digging ditches for a living. Horrible management, micro-managed to the point where you have to copy your boss on every email, no training, no raises. Horrible.
Working on an enterprise account (not at headquarters) was managerially weak and without room for advancement.
Senior Print Production Manager (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – May 3, 2016
The InnerWorkings company business model is great for younger employees - freedom to move to other accounts nationally and internationally. For a global company, the healthcare is very expensive, especially for a family plan. Enterprise accounts are set-up and custom contracted per client.