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2014

Consolidated Graphics, Inc. Buffalo Grove, IL

* Contribute to design document details for architecture, functionality and time estimates. * Create and maintain database content (tables, views… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

2013

Consolidated Graphics, Inc. Conover, NC

3+yrs exp as a Bindery Mgr or Supervisor within a commercial print or trade bindery environment. Experience in set-up, operation and maintenance of… Beyond.com


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    Don't waste years of your life.

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    Former Employee - Ldp Associate  in  Smyrna, TN
    Former Employee - Ldp Associate in Smyrna, TN

    I worked at Consolidated Graphics full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Good business experience and time to figure out what you want to do.

    Cons

    Pay is a laughing joke, you are expected to work long hours or your not considered a hard worker (I accomplished more than most people dream of from 8-5 but it didn't matter because I wasn't there for 10 to 12 hour days.) Turnover is super high, I witnessed over 10 LDPs come and go in my 4 years there in a facility with 85 or so. I only saw 2 people actually graduate the program from all classes over a 4 year period. It's so bad they have to hire 2-5 new LDPs every summer and winter depending on the facilities needs. Even if you make it through the LDP and graduate, the pay increase is a joke and you are still stuck on a difficult, dying industry with lots (and I mean lots) of headaches. In the end there are much better jobs out there with better pay, better benefits, less headaches, and better management. Do not work for this company (no matter the position) and waste years of your life.

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    Your business is run by people, not robots or slaves. Everyone will hit the point where they won't take on more responsibility without more pay. Some people take longer to reach that point than others but why push everyone to their breaking point? That bottom line would look 100x better if your employees are happy, loyal, and care about their job. An extra $10k in salary is better that 100k in spoilage every month. Stop treating LDPs like they are kids in high school. I left there to get a real job and I finally feel like I'm an adult in my late 20's. When someone leaves the company with lots of responsibility, this is not an opportunity to absorb that salary to the bottom line. You have to actually replace people! If you don't your business will continue to break down more every day and employees will be miserable.

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