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R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company Reviews
What is it like working at R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company?
The job is based on variety of tasks which keep it interesting. You definitely need to know where to go to get things done within RRD. Otherwise, it can take you alot longer to move projects along.
Associate Director, Creative Services:
To put it simply: RR Donnelley does not treat their employees as if they are truly valued, and senior leadership operates through antiquated and tone deaf methodologies. Do not expect competitive salary or benefits, and do not expect acknowledgement or reward for your hard work. Your colleagues will likely be remarkably good at their jobs, but do not enter into Donnelley expecting riches or acclaim. Work at Donnelley for experience and a broad array of clients, and keep your ultimate professional goals and future in sight always.
Maintenance Supervisor in Logan:
Cons: Lack of pay and benefits
"They don’t really care about there employees."
Press Operator in Saint Paul:
Pros: The emediate people I work with
Cons: We make millions for the company at or facility every year and all we get is a one percent raise and we have crappy health insurance
"People leaving this organisation only because of the pay they are providing."
Finance Associate in Trivandrum:
Pros: Freedom at work
Cons: Night shift
Marketing Director in New York:
No benefits, long hours, no resources, bad management, lack of leadership and huge turnover in the marketing team (100% in 2 years). Unfortunately, the fun projects and the great sales team don't make up for all of this.
"I love the challenge."
Printing Press Operator, Heavy Duty in Jacksonville:
Pros: I am trusted 100% to manage work flow and order all necessary items.
Cons: Our facility president.