Careers and Employment at Press Enterprise
- Company size1001 to 5,000
- Revenue$100M to $500M (USD)
Overall a very good company that has been family owned for over 100 years. Almost all of the employees and current members of management, truly care about the community and customers which is what keeps this paper printing day after day.
Advertising Sales Representative in Bloomsburg, PA
on October 1, 2021
Absolute worst place i have ever worked for the backstabbing and in fighting is ridiculous it reminds me of a reality TV show. The company cares little about its employees
Shift Supervisor in Bloomsburg, PA
on January 27, 2021
This company will suck the life out of you. Upper management can’t and won’t help you. It is ran by a dictator that makes people feel worthless. If you say anything negative there will be retaliation against you.
Labor Worker in Press room
on August 8, 2020
Loved my job, long hours, no set work schedule, expect lots of over time when needed. Pay isn't that great but better than minimum wage. Management was so so. They don't appreciate people with experience over entry level people. Benefits are average.
Prepress Technician in Bloomsburg, PA
on March 14, 2020
It's steady work but you will be under compensated for any job in the building unless your part of the inner circle with higher up management. Also a lot of temporary workers come threw the door and back out on a daily so lock up your personal items.
Maintenance Mechanic in Bloomsburg, PA
on January 19, 2020
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