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Regional Sales Manager

National Reprographics, Inc. Washington, DC

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE WILL POSSESS: Bachelor's Degree. Background in architecture, engineering or construction sales required. 5 - 10 years of sales… Glassdoor


National Reprographics Reviews

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    Any sane person will stay away from this place!

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Lawrenceville, NJ
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Lawrenceville, NJ

    I worked at National Reprographics full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    My immediate co-workers. Finding it difficult to put 20 words here about the good things about this company. The commute to work was close and not a lot of traffic.

    Cons

    Everything is a con! Read the job descriptions carefully! I agree with most reviews for this company. Read "Bloody torture." I completely agree! I just read some of the job posting descriptions, and the work-life balance is a joke. They expect 100% from you, 100% of the time with nothing in exchange. No raises, no praise and they accuse all the production issues on over- worked, under experienced and under paid associates instead of looking at management. They expect you to give up your personal life for them at the drop of a hat. Management shows up half way through the work day, and don't bother to get involved with the staff. Too many smoke breaks, too busy with their own agendas to get involved with the daily operations. Total lack of involvement where it belongs. No formal training. Loads of false promises with no follow through. Several people left and they are completely clueless of the reality of why they have left. More people are looking to leave. Some of the managers are down right scary and mean!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get more involved in daily operations. Review production schedule on projects with all members involved. Praise and reward with raises, time off or gift cards. Get some formal education in management skills. Every time I read up on management skills, the NRI managers fall in the "what not to do" category.

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