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It's a great place to work
Material worker (Current Employee) –  Menasha, WIJuly 16, 2018
It's a safe and good job for someone who wants to become more then a union worker...alot chances to get a better job and more pay within the company..and great co worker
Pros
Hoilday pay
Cons
Union job
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4.0
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Good place
Trimmer Operator (Current Employee) –  Danville, KYJuly 15, 2018
I do like to work in lsc they give me a good promotion opportunity s and the pay is good I like the 12 hr shift the swing shifts but the magazine industry is slow in down it way I trying to get to a diferet career
Pros
Good promotion opportunity
Cons
Work slow in down
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5.0
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Productive and fast paced environment
Machine Operator (Former Employee) –  Indianapolis, INJuly 13, 2018
LSC was a relaxed fast paced environment where you could work in your own comfort. Climate controlled facility with water and fare amount of breaks and lunch
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2.0
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Company is just getting started - good time to plant your feet!
Corporate Payroll Specialist - Garnishments (Former Employee) –  Warrenville, ILJuly 12, 2018
You must be prepared for high-end functioning - thinking quickly on your toes and always ready to work. There is truly never a dull moment. There is always plenty of work to do...
Pros
New Company
Cons
Volatile State
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5.0
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productive
Material Handler (Former Employee) –  Danville, KYJuly 11, 2018
Though it's very drama filled for a place of adults it's was a good job. Everyone is laid back as long as you do your job and get what needs done done than you didn't have any problems. Hours and schedule is a little rough to get use to especially with a family. Every six weeks you go from days to nights along with switcing from front of the week to the end of the week.
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3.0
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High expectations/low recognition
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) –  Harrisonburg, VAJuly 11, 2018
Job requires a lot of hours, although overtime is not required you are expected to maintain your desk and do to overloading that requires an abundance of overtime.
Pros
flexibility
Cons
over loaded desk
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1.0
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No opportunity for career advancement
Material Handler (Former Employee) –  Torrance, CAJuly 10, 2018
Work hours are unstable because of less production available to employees. Less production has affected the annual raise to it's employees to the very minimal available.
Pros
Dental, medical, vision, 401k
Cons
Unstable work hours, annual raise very minimal
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Place was wack
Material Handler (Former Employee) –  Lancaster, PAJuly 7, 2018
Place was wack pay was terrible everyone was miserable constantly threw wrenches at the pressmen because they hated everything would not recommend to hitler.
Pros
None
Cons
Alot
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3.0
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Fast paced work enviroment
BMO 1 (Former Employee) –  Lancaster, PAJuly 4, 2018
Liked the job and other employees. You pay most of your benefits. Lots of forced overtime. You work 12 days straight and have days off a month. In need of competent management.
Pros
Fast paced job
Cons
Management and Forced Overtime only 4 days off a month
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3.0
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Can be laid back or fast paced
Stacker Support (Former Employee) –  Harrisonburg, VAJune 28, 2018
Not a terrible place to work for. I have been in worse places. The people are great. The hours are kind of long but its not the worst thing ever. The pay is decent but not a place you want to get stuck at forever.
Pros
good stepping stone to a better job
Cons
plant life drama
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wouldn't recommend it
City Reader (Current Employee) –  Pontiac, ILJune 27, 2018
12 plus hours often 7 days a week, poor communication between employees and mgt, poor working conditions; dirty;hot-cold, too long on the same machine
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Old outdated equipment
Assistant Press Operator (Former Employee) –  Lancaster, PAJune 27, 2018
Not enough maintenance time. Not enough maintenance money. Consistently entering running presses to make basic adjustments that are not working in the color booth. Customers need to be flexible and are never completely satisfied. They throw up there hands along with employees. Just give them discounts to make it ok.
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3.0
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people are very nice at LSC.
Handiwork in mail room (Current Employee) –  Danville, KYJune 27, 2018
If the company would pay more and have more hours I would stay. The only thing that hurts is when there is no work, so they make you go home. That hurts your paycheck.
Pros
great people.
Cons
sometimes no work. short paychecks.
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3.0
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Good co workers that will help if needed
BUILDING EQUIPMENT OPERATOR (Former Employee) –  Reno, NVJune 27, 2018
Quick pace at times, answered maintenance calls on radio and repair equipment in a timely manner. Chemical analysis ran daily and added chemicals to keep water treatment in accordance to company policy. Management was helpful at times, got along with fellow employees. Learned how to handle fire alarm system, how to weld and plumbing.
Pros
Great Pay
Cons
Unpaid Lunch and no 401K match
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Lsc is not a healthy place to work.employees get hurt fisically leading to surgery in prolonged time.
Material Handler (Former Employee) –  Lancaster, PAJune 23, 2018
A horrible place to work.kills its employees with overwork.people always mad drunk or on something.no communication skills what so ever.who ever works here has no life outside this place .they need to care more about employees.
Pros
Breaks are good
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5.0
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Productive
Production Worker (Former Employee) –  Danville, KYJune 18, 2018
I personally think it is a great places to work. The people are awesome, it is family oriented, you can learn alot at the facility.I lost my job and I hope to get it back soon.
Pros
operators
Cons
short breaks
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5.0
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It was fun
Material Handler (Former Employee) –  Lancaster, PAJune 15, 2018
People should go work there its a safe place were people can enjoy there self and learn the ways of the company and move up.the people are nice and the help you when your in trouble its a good an environment.
Pros
No free lunch
Cons
They have good breaks
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3.0
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Good place to work some things work overtime a lot & some things don't work overtime at all a wierd balance
Material Handler (Current Employee) –  Crawfordsville, INJune 11, 2018
Good place to work, with a busy time of July- December! January to June is very slow low on work & sometimes struggles to keep you busy! When no work they make you use your vacation time to not go into in paid status.
Pros
Referring bonus
Cons
Very slow often not steady work all the time
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3.0
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There was plenty of work here, it requires long hours if hired.
Material Handler (Former Employee) –  Willard, OHJune 11, 2018
I did not like the constant policy changes here, it is unprofessional. This place also allows many family and couples to work throughout the plant, which causes chaos in the workplace.
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3.0
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too much
Material Handler (Current Employee) –  Dwight, ILJune 10, 2018
If you want to work a lot, then this is the place to be. I've been there for a while, but i feel like there's a lot of room for improvement as far as safety and equipment maintenance is concerned.
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