<elided> (Former Employee), Kingston or Toronto – March 18, 2014
Pros: people, books to read (and copy-edit!)
Cons: old industry
This is a company in a very old business, that of updating and printing books on paper. The people were wonderful, the management well-meaning (if often behind the times). As part of a declining industry, their pay rates were uninspiring. Conversely, they were good at hiring the semi-retired, notably for programming their IBM mainframe computer and – more... Windows PCs. – less
Print Operator (Former Employee), Conklin, NY – April 2, 2014
Pros: free coffee. breaks when needed
I enjoyed my time at lexis nexis. They are very family oriented and they take what you tell them to the proper people to help fix any thing that needed to be. Let you take time off when needed. Let you make up the hours if you needed to.
Records Adjucator (Former Employee), bolingbrook Illinois – March 29, 2014
Pros: great environment
Honestly working here was so fun, coming into work was a new experience everyday. Managers are always there to assist when you need them. And the festive office party's keep the mood alive here. Great place, great hours, great pay, and just great overall!
I love working at Lexis Nexis until the company made changes and start outsourcing.
Coordinating Editor (Former Employee), Charlottesville, VA – March 24, 2014
Pros: free 1/2 hour lunches, flex time, work from home
Cons: short breaks, good benefits
We all had flex time just as long as you get your work done. Co-workers were like family, I got along with everyone. The hardest and busiest part of the job is what we called 4th quarter which begins in September and end in December.
Pleasant work enviroment and great people to work with
Sales Assistant (Former Employee), Albany, NY – August 28, 2013
Pros: i loved what i did.
Cons: lexis closing the albany office
Be available for the 24 sales reps and 2 managers I supported. Answer calls and handle them. Process contracts. Order supplies. Schedule conference call and attend as needed. Schedule travel for the managers I supported.
Senior Technical Support Specialist (Former Employee), Miamisburg, OH – August 15, 2013
Pros: team building days, life long education, self paced advancement, mandatory community service hours each quarter per employee, match 401k
Cons: long training period, job security
I liked the fact that Lexis Nexis gave you an option of career advancement at your own pace and they do a lot for charity. Only thing I didn't like was the unexpected downsizing especially since I was preparing to retire from that company. Reputation and job security had been excellent prior to 2012 when new upper management decided to outsource jobs – more... to China. – less
Records Coordinator (Former Employee), Duluth, GA – July 25, 2013
Pros: free lunches
Cons: not enough time to ifnish work
At work we would go through a lists of task to complete for the day involving admin and customer service skills. I learned to be coordinated and innovative with the tasks that I had to complete such as scheduling pick ups for incident and accident reports to send to adjusters. The hardest part of the job is making sure people follow through on requests – more... for sending information to me. The most enjoyable was spending lunch with my coworkers. – less