I have been working at Domino Printing full-time
Fast growing company taking many accounts away from competitors. Great work environment. Team built, team players. No politics! Free to implement / input your ideas with no backlash from above. Lots of cross functional support. All hands approach. Easy new employee integration. Strong work life balance compared to other companies. The company has been a "Illinois top 100 best places to work for" now for the last 4 years. High tenure with nice mix of new talent. Highly promotable from within based on talent not time. If you are good, you will have oppotunities open for you very quickly. Awesome vacation and time off, excellent benefits with very low monthly cost. Good compensation. Now owned by Brother inc, 8 billion dollar company, Brother has committed to be "hands off" to Domino (and they have been), and Domino is now one of their premier companies. Heavy investment into Domino enabling strong R&D, increased headcount, and increased threat to competition. This company still values customer relationships far more than its competitors. The culture is fair, open, helpful, honest, blameless environment. Leadership solidifies and lives the "work life balance" by not expecting or even pushing working late nights, weekends, holidays and vacation. Turn off that phone and email! Go get renergized! Rare in today's society in the US.
Still some growing pains once in awhile. Sometimes too much "everyone must agree, need slightly more "chain of command " style leadership / accountability throughout the organization. Most do well, some arent leaders.....but company is investing in training and helping change personnel vs. quick termination.
Advice to Management
Maintain the culture! Work life balance is truely a benefit. Under current senior management, lots of great improvements and guidance. Great teamwork. Stay the course, dont change. Salaries are good, but room for improvement to be the best.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Domino Printing in March 2014.
started off as a phone interview then a 1-1 interview with the regional supervisor. After that then you would have a interview with director of operations to make sure that you fit in alignment with company ideals and have a firm base on the job requirements
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