Flexible company, nice people. Limited growth and poor pay.
Sales Operations Analyst (Current Employee), Boston, MA – October 2, 2013
This company has the ability to be very flexible for their employees, which is wonderful. I work on a great team, and my manager is very good. However, there really isn't much room to grow or explore other areas within the company. The bonus structure is fair, but the salaries and raises are less than desirable.
Document preparation (Current Employee), Dallas tx – September 17, 2013
Pros: early shift
Cons: no air, hot, nasty break rooms
This place is a sweat shop that should be shut down. No air. Unrealistic goals and productivity to meet each and every hour. Management is very rude! They talk to you like you have no sense. I wouldn't send my worst enemy to work at this company.
CSA II (Current Employee), Royersford, PA – September 15, 2013
A typical day at Iron Mountain is assisting with customer needs. To ensure that ours customers are satisfied and to maintain a great relationship. I work well with other team members as well as management. The hardest part of the job is dealing with all the changes. Change is good but it takes times to get use to. The most enjoyable part of my day is – more... when I know that I have done a great job at completing my work and that my internal and external partners are happy. – less
Data Librarian (Former Employee), spencers wood – September 4, 2013
Pros: atmosphere, good overtime pay
Cons: no canteen or shops nearby.
the first job I had after moving to reading,i met people who are still friends to this day.the work could be hectic and it wasn't amazing money but the slick operation and solid management meant we could all do our job with a smile on our face.if I hadn't had the offer from nightspeed I would probably have never left.
Transportation & Operations Supervisor (Current Employee), Portland, OR – September 4, 2013
Cons: short handed
Iron Mountain is a good company that provides very good benefits and treats their employees fairly. They believe in The Customer Experience and the Employee Experience. The most challenging and fun part of the day is the management of people and both departments. I would also say that it is my most rewarding part of my job as well.
I have been lucky – more... that I have started ten years ago working part time at Iron Mountain and I have been able to move up in the company with hard work and patience. Iron Mountain recognizes their employees. – less
Destruction Coordinator (Former Employee), Morrisville, NC – August 28, 2013
Pros: good benefits
Destruction of material, loading and unloading truck. Learn all about shredders and baler Self-manage Got along very well with co-workers. None was hard it the work place. Enjoy working wi th my co-work and doing a good job.
Record Center Specialist (Former Employee), Laurel, MD – August 20, 2013
Pros: easy work
Cons: it never changed, it was the exact thing every day.
Shipping and receiving Receive and put away boxes of files Pull and palletize boxes of files for shipping to customer One co-worker in the building, good hard, fun, co-worker The routine was the same day in and out Having a decent paying job
Data Entry (Former Employee), Livermore, CA – August 20, 2013
There are 48 boxes in one pallet to key. Entered the Citibank branch number, dates, and filed barcode numbers for the files in each box (Each box contains at most twenty ). Handled batches of 250 documents where I entered the validated information into the system and had to verify another team member's work. Prepped the documents before having it scanned – more... and reassembled to return back to the original file boxes. – less
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee), Raleigh, NC – August 8, 2013
I would clock in by using my name badge and disarming the alarm, I was a one man warehouse worker. I loaded the trucks and vans for drivers, scanned in files and folders for the warehouse, drove a forklift and cherry picker, all warehouse duties you can think of I did.