Pros: people, salary, benefits
Cons: sent to work at another company for im & nothing i learned at iron mountain applied.
Wonderful opportunities and great people all around. Professional and knows when it's ok to joke around and when not to. The setup for new employees is an issue. Sounds like they farmed that part out, you know, I9 forms, W4, Direct deposit info, etc. to someplace overseas. Can be frustrating, but it all worked out in the end.
I was being trained to – more... work at another location which was exciting and I couldn't wait to apply what I had learned. However, When I arrived it was a whole different database with completely different parameters. They did not have me set up with IT properly, thus I could not do my job. Someone from IT and from within the department was at my desk the first and second day, all the while, my manager was trying to email me- I was always taught that if I don't have nothing nice to say, then don't say anything at all. I think this rule applies with regards to Iron Mountains customer. But make no mistake, Iron Mountain was a completely different beast; a gentle giant, if you will! – less