Jukebox Print careers in Vancouver, BC
Salary estimated from 90 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
Rating is calculated based on 7 reviews and is evolving.
Many different departments and skills to learn in an open work environment, donuts on tuesdays and free coffee, if you are interested in printing you will enjoy it. some managers are a drag.
The upper manager doesn’t care about anything but money. They have a pizza day once a month and doughnuts days once a while as a distraction from their management issues. Only a few number of people can work here more than one year. There are promotions in terms of labor not in terms of wage! I don’t recommend it at all.
Overworked and underpaid with extremely poor leadership. This is the worst place I’ve ever worked. Leadership doesn’t take any responsibility for issues, blames lower-level staff. Customer service team members have to deal with upset and frustrated customers — with no help or support to resolve problems (and there are lots of them).
I would not recommend working at Jukebox to my worst enemy. There is absolutely no communication between the management and the different teams, infact I was actually told not to speak to certain people and teams. The management here will belittle you and make you feel small, going to work in the morning can make me feel stressed or anxious just due to the atmosphere at this place and the way you can be treated by management. I saw someone mention Jukebox has sweat shop vibes, I agree with this 100%. They don't really care for their employees.
During my stay at Jukebox Print, I found it extremely hard to talk to any management. No employee reviews. No contact. Nothing. I found there was the absolute bare bones communication going on between the entire work place.
Within my first week at Jukebox, I found it quite obvious that most people are cliqued up. Very hard to make friends as people aren’t too friendly and I don’t blame them for having a bad attitude. If your management is awful then you’re not going to be excited to work.
I felt like I was a lab rat placed under a microscope every day. I found simply walking into work every morning was extremely stressful. You always seem to be picking up a lot of pieces from the previous day instead of having a fresh new start. It brings almost a “sweat-shop” vibe with the amount of single-handed work you will have to do with little pay you’re getting.
You will always be rushed with whatever you are doing which leaves a lot of room for company mistakes. I found a lot of orders were getting free re-runs as the management/owner doesn’t care too much about customer service as they have their hands in twenty different buckets, instead of focusing on the parts of the company that are failing.
Quantity over quality, I guess.
When applying, simply know this: I promise you, you are not as low as you think you are. No matter how badly you need money, you can do better than this. This is not the job for you.
And if you think monthly free lunches will shadow all these problems, then by all means, apply away.