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Toxic Workplace
Project Manager (Former Employee) –  Minneapolis, MNAugust 8, 2018
This company underappreciates their many good employees. Annual pay increases are non-existant and there is inadequate training which becomes the employees' fault once the inevitable problems arise.

Management is a disaster and they are quick to throw employees under the bus for their errrors. There is no team-building as the management only sows distrust. Worst employment experience ever.
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Excellent team of professionals, great work place.
project manager (Former Employee) –  Coral Gables, FLJanuary 15, 2016
I worked as an on site at Schawk's Bacardi USA account in Coral Gables FL, as a Sr Client Coordinator/Project Manager. Handling the traffic for Print advertising and production of outdoor advertising.
I was with Schawk from 2008 till Dec of 2015, an amazing learning experience.
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Production house
Project Manager (Former Employee) –  Chicago, ILAugust 19, 2014
Schawk is a strong production house with hard working skilled production teams. As with all client's, Schawk's clients want things cheaper and faster. Once you squeeze as much as you can, it becomes difficult to believe what you are producing is worth it. Morale is reflective of this.
Pros
Strong, skilled production teams.
Cons
Lack of senior management leadership.
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not pleasant, good money
Project Manager (Former Employee) –  Des Plaines, ILFebruary 19, 2014
if you are driven by money- this is the place to be but there is not much training, long hours are expected, and attitudes are the not the best.
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money
Cons
team attitudes, lack of training one on one
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A veery productrive company. Good people to work with.
Project Manager / Traffic Manager (Former Employee) –  New York, NYJune 25, 2012
I had a very interesting time working at Schawk. Typical day: Busy.
I learned InDesign there. The management was extremely helpful in all aspects. My co-workers were a delight to work with, a professional bunch of people. Hardest part of the job: the deadlines the clients put on us, but we always got the job done...on time. Most enjoyable part of the job were the challenges put to us every day and completing them. Total satisfaction.
Pros
birthday cakes on every employees birthday and the occasional lunch provided by management.
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Great Company...
Project Manager (Former Employee) –  Los Angeles, CAMarch 27, 2012
Unfortunately the company has had its share of challenges. The company during my career there was awesome. Its been over 2 years now so i cannot give an acccurate assessment of how they are doing now.
Pros
benefits
Cons
disconnect with management
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