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1 day ago

Project Manager (Signage/Construction) – new

Icon Identity Solutions Elk Grove Village, IL

The Project Manager assists the Account Manager to develop and implement the overall project plan for design, manufacturing, and installation of the… Icon Identity Solutions

1 day ago

Buyer/Purchaser (Manufacturing) – new

Icon Identity Solutions Elk Grove Village, IL

Include the following: • Work from production orders to place Purchase Orders (PO’s) with approved suppliers. • Enter required PO data… Icon Identity Solutions

1 day ago

Project Manager – new

Icon Identity Solutions Elk Grove Village, IL

include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Project Development Attend… Icon Identity Solutions

1 day ago

Signage and Lighting Technician – new

Icon Identity Solutions Joliet, IL

This position involves the direct repair and maintenance of electrical signs and lighting. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Receive daily work schedule… Icon Identity Solutions

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    It's Finally Over

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    Former Employee - Project Manager  in  Elk Grove Village, IL
    Former Employee - Project Manager in Elk Grove Village, IL

    I worked at Icon Identity Solutions full-time for more than 3 years


    I had the chance to meet a lot of great people who moved on to much better places than Icon. The company is mostly temp-workers, so I was able to add "trainer" to my resume.


    The company is very short-term focused and is going out of business. When a company is falling apart, employees are the real victims. More and more and more work has been pushed on project managers with no rewards. We've been given 60 plus hours of work every week and most project managers aren't making over 40k a year. We were given ice cream sandwiches for employee appreciation day, but no raises in two years. I actually left the company without having another job lined up. I'll take poverty over humiliation any day. All of the temp workers are taking longer and longer to learn our systems as there aren't any experienced full-time employees left. Icon has pretty much stopped paying its vendors and has lost credibility in the market. Revenues have dropped in half in the last few years so there isn't any room for advancement.

    I'm happy it's over and I'm glad to be moving on with my life. The story of me working here will be an interesting anecdote to tell my children some day. Any time they say "That's not fair!," I'll respond with: "I once worked for Icon, you don't have room to talk about fairness".

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    Sell the company to one of the more advanced sign companies.

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