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About the company

  • CEO
    Bob Mehmet
  • Founded
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $25M to $100M (USD)
  • Industry


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Supervisor in Pennsauken, NJ
on February 11, 2021
Work facility was old an poorly maintained. The equipment is old and antiquated and most of the newer equipment are hand me downs from the main plant. Forget about advancement if you are an older worker. Covid 19 restrictions were rarely enforced.
Administrative Assistant in Palmyra, NJ
on December 16, 2020
Family owned business. Ample PTO. Great health benefits. Management is willing to help or train if you need help. Easy to request off for appointments etc. Pretty laid back office environment but employees work hard with sometimes long hours. Depends on your position, but there is not a whole lot of room for advancement into other departments etc.
Office in New Jersey
on November 25, 2020
After a few years of employment here I can honestly say it is a great place to work. The work load is steady and majority of the time it is very busy. The work type is challenging and engaging. This is a setting where you 'get out what you put in'...push yourself and those around you and your experience will only get better. There are some fantastic employees that work alongside you and have decades of signage experience to share, use that and better yourself. I plan on being here for the long run.
Project Manager in Pennsauken, NJ
on October 25, 2020
To start I was not trained properly, it took me 6 months to figure out a way to handle all the work dumped on me. My supervisor was abusive and the HR main lady condoned it, my head boss who was a VP swore at me almost daily, I was grossly mistreated...I was helping all my coworkers because they were not answering their phones for installers, some where ordering the wrong signs and shipping them to the wrong addresses, the VP boss covered up everything she did wrong and when I got fired she blamed it all on me....I was not able to do my job well along with helping fix all the mistakes because we had to duplicate our work accross two information platforms...I’m glad Pats no longer there, he was a joke COO...the CEO Bob has no clue how badly his Managers are running the show...Abusive environment, run doesn’t even pay enough to survive a job that takes more than 60 hours a week to succeed...very bad place for the soul.
Project Manager in Palmyra, NJ
on October 12, 2020
Project Manager - Work 8 hours a day, expected to answer the phone all the time, nights and weekends included. A lot of mundane work, spreadsheets are life. Pay is low for the line of work, benefits are pretty good, PTO is fair. Managers are fair, most of the time.

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