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14% of employees recommend this company to a friend
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    Great learning opportunities - no concern for employees

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

    ProsAble to learn various functions and areas. Good work life balance and remote working capabilities

    Consraises and performance reviews are non existent,

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    Terrible

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)

    ProsThe pay was decent for entry level position.

    ConsThe company was on the decline. Several employees quit the company within the first two weeks I worked there. Management had no background in regards to the actual operations of the company.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Imaging Specialist

    Imaging Specialist (Former Employee) Scranton, PA

    ProsPrime location for public transportation, flexible hours, ability to gain experience by cross training in multiple production areas, great benefit package, ability for advancement for employees that step up to prove their abilities

    ConsIf you are an employee that comes to work and completes the tasks that are requested the only con is the pay rate. The work is easy, weeks of training is not needed.

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    You'll find better opportunities for growth at a Mc Donald's.. Worst job I've ever had, period.

    (Former Employee) Scranton, PA

    ProsConvenient location for those living in Scranton, specifically those without a vehicle who access to a bus route. Always hiring, some friendly employees, 1st and 2nd shift available. Most work is low-impact (some lifting involved in mailroom and courier positions). Reasonable amount of vacation.

    ConsIncredibly stressful work environment. Ineffective uncaring management. Low pay with ever-increasing responsibility all while offering the employee little to no opportunity for a raise, bonus or promotion of any kind. Proper training procedures (often weeks-long courses) were done away with years ago in an attempt to save a few dollars, so it is a common occurrence to see temps and other low-level employees giving one another five minute crash courses on procedural operations. Most managers I dealt with were disrespectful, unprofessional, catty, overly punitive and were hardly if ever proactive in helping their employees. Things were rarely explained properly to those with questions or concerns, and mid-level management had a nasty habit of piling THEIR work onto temps or low-level employees who made the mistake of showing initiative. You -will- be expected to work OVERTIME HOURS for NO OVERTIME PAY. Management will force you to work 10-12 hours on certain days then force you to leave early on others in order to "decrease spend". Developing your skills and talents at this company will ultimately be useless to you, I can practically guarantee it. In addition, the equipment and programs in use are outdated and have often fallen into disrepair, the offices, restrooms and break rooms aren't kept properly clean, and certain departments are left without proper management of any kind to fend for themselves past certain hours.

    Advice to Senior ManagementListen to your employees. Stop treating people like cattle. Give a few performance-related incentives once in awhile. Have your accounting department look at your base rate for new hires VS what the majority of employees who have been there for 3-5 plus years are making - you have TEMPS earning more than most of these people do. Your QUALITY will improve once your RETENTION RATE does. Your company has such an insanely high turnover rate because you treat those in your employ like dirt no matter how hard they work. You have talented and experienced employees at your disposal, APPRECIATE THEM and they will reward you with many years of great service. WORK ON THAT.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Worst Job I have EVER had, and I have been in the workforce for 30 years.

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee) Scranton, PA

    ProsInsurance benefits and 2 weeks vacation

    ConsNo raises in 4 years, MORE work and responsibilities given to you but no rewards. Disrespect from supervisors. Management is pretty much inhumane. They don't care about you at all. No Christmas bonuses, no appreciation at ALL.

    Advice to Senior ManagementListen to your employees. They know the work and what goes on . My supervisor does not even know how to do my job !!!

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Great company to work for, but crappy pay.

    Junior Programmer Analyst (Current Employee) Scranton, PA

    Pros3 weeks time off to start and you basically can do whatever you like as long as you complete projects on time. You can work from home and / or make up your own hours as long as you put in your 40 a week and complete assignments on time. Everyone within the company is friendly, even upper management.

    ConsPay is terrible. Nobody has had a raise in over 3 years. Company has been making changes and there have been a lot of layoffs.

    Advice to Senior ManagementPay better and start some sort of employee discount program.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Unrewarding experience, feeling of being expendable is very high through out the organization

    Supervisor (Former Employee) Scranton, PA

    ProsCity location, good benefits, business casual attire, paid vacations and holidays, organication hires from within

    Consbelow average pay, poor management, poor maintenance, obsolete computers, expected to meet high performance standards with no rewards,

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Low Pay, Much Work, Low Moral

    Insurance Enrollment and Auditing (Former Employee) Scranton, PA

    ProsClose to town and buses, if you didn't drive.

    Alway hiring - which is also a bad indicator.

    1-week paid maternity leave for the father of a baby that was just born -- somethign that is not normally found elsewhere.

    Gain vacation time in advance, something like 90 hrs 1st yr --- Even if you start in October, you will have vacation/personal time to use as of January 1st, howeve if you leave before your anniversery date, you may have to pay the company back for any time that you did not gain as of your last day of employment.

    Management and supervisors get this luxury party that they hire buses and such to take people there so you are not driving and have a upscale party (unlike what the rest of the workers get)

    The company has several GMC Envoys that they use in the winter to go out in snow storms to pick you up for work and take you home in if there is a bad snowstorm.

    ConsVery Low Payscale, even for the Scranton area. Most jobs paid $7.50 to $8.50/hr.

    Mailroom paid just about minimum wage.

    Lack of advancement - You could try to possibly advance yourself within you own department sometimes, but trying to get a better paying position or a better position in another area was justt about impossible.

    Terrible dental benefits.

    Always hiring -- big turnover.

    Much of it's business if based upon contracts with insurance companies. If they loose a contract, you job, department or entire section can be shut down.

    Manditory overtime at the last minute around the holidays, forcing you to rework your schedule/home life. This is something that you were not informed about during your interview.

    Stupid system that when you have a doctors appointment or have to leave even 1/2-hour early, that you have to take your vacation time to make up the 40 hours for the week. You cannot have less than a 40-hr check. if you no longer have vacation time, they will not grant your request, even for a doctor's appointment.

    You can get written up for using you personal/vacation time.

    You acrue vacation time but based on days worked not hours, so if you work overtime, you do not accrue extra times for that.

    Vacation must be taken in 8-hr blocks, so you can get disapproved for taking a full week if you only have 35 hours left of time.

    No matter how hard you work, you are only reviewed as being an average worker.

    Only people that have been their the full 365 days can get the holiday bonus. No partial bonuses, even if you were there, say 11 months and basically helped the company attain their goals -- you are not eligible. Basically your bonus, in a sense, get's divided between those there a full 12 months.

    Crappy x-mas party --- Management and supervisors get this luxury party that they hire buses and such to take people there so you are not driving and have a upscale party.
    The rest of the workers that do the grunt work of the operations get a party that they have to take during their lunch 1/2-hr on the day that it is given. If you take mroe than a 1/2 hour for your lunch to eat at the gathering that day, you have to make up the time at the end of the day, and if you take more than an hour, you will get written up for affectting the production of the department.

    Management and supervisors get great holiday bonuses, unlike the lousy $100 that the rest of the workers get, if they qualify to get it.

    Advice to Senior ManagementListen to your employees.
    What's the purpose of annual company opnion survey's if you do nothing about the results and don't publish the results of the survey for 6 months.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Terrible

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)

    ProsSome of the people are friendly.

    ConsReceived pay cuts while work and responsibilities increased. Received no recognition for taking on more responsibility. It got to the point I was doing almost all of my manager's work while she was taking all of the credit.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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