I have been working at 4imprint full-time (More than 5 years)
They have too many benefits to include in this review, but some include tuition reimbursement, 401k, stock options, insurance for you and your family, excellent pay and many more benefits.
They will work with you when personal issues arise and when emergencies arise. They will help anyway they can so you can advance in the company and genuinely care able their employees and their families.
They do not currently offer any part-time positions other than internships. If you do not have a steady solid employment history it is very difficult to get hired here.
Advice to Management
Offer a part-time program for employees.
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at 4imprint (Oshkosh, WI) in August 2016.
Up until the end, they seemed to have their ducks in a row. Standard procedure throughout- phone interview first, then an in person, and a background check after. All this occurred within two weeks. However, what was really disappointing and makes me doubt them overall was their response from there forward. I waited 3 weeks for confirmation or rejection and received neither. Finally, someone who worked for an employment agency I was using called and asked and turns out they had sent a rejection letter two weeks prior. Not only did they send the rejection letter to the wrong house, but they rejected me for " leaving my last job without having another lined up" and for " not having enough customer service experience". The job said it required one year- I had two. And I brought in a hard copy of the letter the company I worked for previously sent out to all its 150+ employees when they laid us all off... I was laid off. The plant shut down. I'm not sure how they got so many details mixed up, it almost seemed like they mixed applications up. Maybe having interns run the hiring process isn't the smartest! These are people's livelihoods at stake.