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4 days ago

Payroll Specialist

ABC Imaging Washington, DC

ABC Imaging is seeking a payroll professional to work with our payroll team processing at our Washington DC Headquarters. Payroll specialist duties… Glassdoor

10 days ago

Print Shop Manager / Assistant Manager

ABC Imaging Washington, DC

ABC Imaging offers a one-of-a-kind place to begin or advance your career. We offer management opportunities, great salary and benefits, and an… Glassdoor

9 days ago

Business Development Coordinator

ABC Imaging Washington, DC

Under the direction of the Director of Business Development, the BD Coordinator will assist in tracking sales data; maintaining promotional materials… Glassdoor

2 days ago

IT Tech with CADD Application Experience – new

ABC Imaging Washington, DC

Join the outstanding team in our IT department and gain quality experience in a variety of environments. ABC Imaging is looking for IT professionals… Glassdoor

10 days ago

3D Services Customer Support and Project Manager

ABC Imaging Washington, DC

3D Services Specialist - 3D Services Customer Support and Project Manager We are seeking a self-starter with experience using effective… Glassdoor

10 days ago

Delivery Driver

ABC Imaging Washington, DC

We are looking for an individual who is a licensed commercial truck driver, and has experience organizing and working in a warehouse. This person… Glassdoor

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    Can Gain a lot of experience fast but it is a Horrible, Horrible, Horrible Place to work

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    Former Employee - FM Engineer in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - FM Engineer in Washington, DC

    I worked at ABC Imaging


    If you work in IT you pretty much get thrown to the wolves fast and you get to learn a lot in the process. They have a lot of under appreciated great workers. You can gain a lot of experience with printers/servers really fast, but you will have to learn on your own


    Well this is going to be a much more expansive list than the Pros. Most importantly there are a lot of incredible people that have been working for a while, but instead of appreciating these people they are taken advantage of over worked, way under paid and under appreciated. When I was there we would regularly work 80 to over 100 hours a week and receive no overtime bonus or even a pat on the back. There is a lot of travel involved, but they make the travel as miserable as possible. They only give you 40 dollars a day to spend in New York, LA or Kansas City. If you end up driving your own car they only pay 30 cents a mile (That is if they ever pay you). They will not pay for rental cars even if one is necessary and turning in expense reports is such a chore that I have known people to eat the cost rather than to just turn it in.

    When I was there they constantly hired people who didn't understand the business to manage positions that they knew nothing about rather than hiring from within. There was one year where I went through 4 Managers and each one was worse than the next. Finally they had someone working production managing the IT department. That was the last straw for me.

    Benefits are non existent. If you have a family you have to pay over 1000 (that's over a thousand) out of pocket for just insurance. Many people in the company don't even make that much a month.

    The owner has a bill of rights that states that the company answer is always yes to client demands, but at the same time the owner and management tell the workers that they need to to convince the client what they should want. If that doesn't make sense to you I thought the same thing the first time I heard it.

    The ownership and management are big believers in one sided loyalty. All employees must remain loyal to the company while management and the ownership cut pay by 7 % indiscriminately lay people off, treat people like dirt, and hire people from outside with no experience in the industry to tell the people that have been keeping the company going how things should be done. Forgot to mention that the company had to cut pay during hard economic times for all employees, but at the same time they had money to open up offices in Denver and Philadelphia which were bound to lose money on top of all of the money that would have to be dumped in to purchase the new shops.

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    Wake UP!!!
    I would ask management to think about how many talented hard working loyal employees have to leave before you realize you can't treat everyone like dirt and expect the world out of them. There has to be some give and take and not all take and no give.

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