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- of employees say the ratio of men to women is about 50/50.5 responses
- of employees say the company is not very diverse.5 responses
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R.R. Donnelley & Sons Reviews
I am in the associate leadership program. Overall, the training sessions via RRD have been very beneficial. I've had the opportunity to see different plants in our sister network, and learn from other professionals. In house, however, I have not had the opportunity to actually rotate per my program's instructions. Instead, I have been working in customer service. I learned a lot in customer service about print. Now, I am writing SOPs for all the departments. Again, not the program I am supposed to be in, but I am learning a lot. I wish CPY and RRD would coincide better, especially with the associate program.
The industry is a different area of accounting from what I had previously experienced, therefore it is a plus on my resume. While working between the RRD companies, I learned and utilized three financial softwares that increased my knowledge in that area. I never feel micro managed. My initial impression of the company's diversity was on the money. Donnelly set an impressive example of a company that promotes diversity and inclusion. Much learning takes place, however, growth is far and few. A one percent raise is your reward, regardless of the magnitude of company savings or contribution you provide to the company. No matter how well the company or the employee performs, the insulting one percent is across the board. There is no incentive to do more than what is expected. There is no 401k match. The company culture is the best I've experienced yet.
I work for a branch of R. R. Donnelley. They employ a lot of lazy, incompetent people who often lose their tempers and took situations personally. A lot of them can not write a professional email to save their lives. While I don't enjoy most things about the headquarters team, I always feel I had good job security at my branch and some of my coworkers were intelligent. However, I do not feel kept busy, challenged, and moving forward in my career as a collections agent.