Risk Analyst (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – August 12, 2018
Great group of people to work with, Huge company which helps with growing, learning and building your resume. They are very flexible on working from home. The company does a lot of employee events as a way of appreciation.
Driver Shred (Former Employee) – Cranberry Twp. PA – August 11, 2018
One meeting they tell you a cost of living adj is coming, then it becomes merit based 2 out of 15 drivers get nothing. No incentives (used to give a turkey,that ended too) management could care less. No one listens even up the chain of corporate. HR is worthless. Alot of issues would have been fixed if higher ups gave a flip. Hired 3 ppl, all quit in same week. Ridiculous expectations. Better pack a lunch you can eat while driving, because 27 stops in 8 hours means no break.
Long hours, unrealistic expectations, poor management
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Hanover Park, IL – August 8, 2018
very structured company. being account manager had it challenges with record management. off site records where shipped to clients requested. onsite logistic were pain staking time consuming and record and always would get lost at client's facility's and would slow production and offend slow down going out and meet new customers
working with great people
not have enough time to get tasks complete in timliy manner
Systems Support Analyst (Former Employee) – Collegeville, PA 19426 – August 7, 2018
I supported many user communities and customers, there was always a variety of work to keep it interesting and continue my growth as a System Analyst. The Management had wonderful mentor programs to support their employees.
Driver (Former Employee) – Kent, WA – July 29, 2018
Back breaking days hauling heavy bins of paper while they track your every step. Your route is made by a computer and guy who never did your job. Remember you never work hard enough and your manager will tell you about the time he supposedly did what your expected to. If you have a CDL you need it to drive a non CDL truck.
Record Specialist (Current Employee) – Grand Prairie, TX – July 28, 2018
Working five days a week working late almost everyday. over worked due to being under staffed. Having to train workers and fill in for manager not being paid for it. under paid, hot building. under staffed.
Courier Driver (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – July 20, 2018
.It was a very friendly atmosphere, my co-workers were great to work with. There was lots of room for promotional opportunities. I was a Courier Driver and I enjoyed meeting a variety of diverse people. The hardest part of the job was the heavy lifting of boxes, but if I could not lift help was available.
Free Parking and room for advancement great health insurance
Worked on records management side of Iron Mountain. Good company, almost recession proof. After 2001 lots of companies went out of business, but by law you have to keep records for a period of time. Really enjoyed the work, delivering and picking up records. I started off in the warehouse working in the racks. Then dispatching drivers for there routes and hotshots. Learned how environment and values changed with leadership.
Quality Assurance Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 17, 2018
Manager QA team around the world. Promote Agile-scrum Framework within QA, standard QA process cross the function. Challenges are management not equipped to handle difficult situation and foresee any risk could arise.