Imaging Specialist (Former Employee), Freehold, NJ – July 24, 2013
Pros: good work times.
Cons: repetitive tasks, not a lot of places nearby to grab lunch. not a lot of room for advancement
decent pay. Has a wide variety of task to be done, some can be quite boring though. As a temp, there is not a lot of chances to become a permanent employee. Hard to get on and off campus due to security. Work times were good though (7:00-3:30).
Great benefits! Sucky yearly reviews/raises for exceeding expectations
Courier CDL-B (MSU Operator) (Former Employee), Oklahoma City, OK – July 10, 2013
Pros: awesome benefits
Cons: long days and no recognition
Overall good place to work....if you don't mind hard LONG days...first time your not needed they will throw you to the curb though. I "exceeded expectations" every year on my review and got pennies. My job "disappeared" after 6 years.
Records Center Specialist (Current Employee), Miami Fl – July 8, 2013
Pros: quaterly bonus
Cons: short breaks
Iron Mountain is ok. They stand by their core values. Management here is very unorganized in some areas. My coworkers are rude (perfanity) but how can you be upset with your coworkers when your boss perfanity is just as bad as theirs. The most enjoyable part is the Quaterly bonus.
Imaging Production Specialist (Former Employee), Dallas, TX – June 10, 2013
Pros: great benefits, and top pay
Cons: long hours, and no coverage for vacations
Each day there were multiple projects to be worked on, and most days consisted of much needed overtime. I learned how to prioritize, and multitask to the extreme. Management was great, and just like any company you had co-workers that worked as a team, and others that couldn't carry their own weight. The hardest part of the job was working in a production – more... line, when others didn't do their part to keep things a float, and the best part of the job was feeling accomplished when a huge project was completed. – less
associate (Former Employee), Metairie, LA – May 27, 2013
Pros: people i worked with
Cons: no healthcare
I would show up to work, clock in and go to the morning meeting. When the meeting ends we would look at a paper and see what and where we were working. I worked either as a stower or on dock line. If I was stowing then I would go to the location that I was assigned to. I would pick up a cart and scan the items off the cart and into a bin. If I was working – more... on the dock line I would either check in the boxes, unload the truck, and/or open the boxes and sort them onto different pallets. We would get two 15 minute breaks and one half hour lunch. After working our 10 hour shift we clocked out and went home – less