Overall Reviews at International Paper
Forklift Operator | Shakopee, MN | Apr 28, 2020
It's pay good any lot of overtime
Bad Manager and bad people to work with they will fired you for everything don't know how to talk to you people be acting childish and everybody walking around mad
Forklift Operator | Amarillo, TX | Apr 9, 2020
Consider this place
The only downside to working here, is the point system. It doesn't allow a considerable actions for home life. Emergencies, funerals, sickness l... it all looks the same to management and if you get 4 points for not being present for your shift you're up for termination. Other than that it's a steady job.
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Lead Maintenance | Hull, AL | Oct 2, 2019
It was a nice place to work and I wish that they had not closed down for I would still work there today I think. It was a great place to work with other people.
Maintenance Mechanic | Vicksburg, MS | Aug 28, 2019
Great people Great company
Pillar of the community with an opportunity for a life long career. You can provide for your family very well with the compensation you receive working there with a chance for advancement as well.
Proscompensation and benefits such health care and pension
Conshot in most areas and a lot of hours
Supply Chain Specialist | Memphis, TN | Jun 18, 2019
Learned a Lot
the workplace culture emphasis is on team work and six sigma learning. Although there are teams, one has to ensure self promotion and work life balance.
Conswork life balance
Area Manager | Franklin, VA | Apr 21, 2019
Decent place to work
Not a bad place to work. Work life balance is bad at times due to short staffing. E/I group is lean and FLLs and managers have to pitch in on day to day issues.
Forklift Operator | Decatur, AL | Mar 18, 2019
working all of the time
You work 12 hrs a day almost everyday. You would work over your regular 8hr shift with a 10 minute notice. It does not matter if you have a scheduled doctors appointment. I reported harassment and was moved from my job within 3 days and fired within 2 weeks of reporting the incident.
Construction Worker | Loveland, OH | Aug 11, 2019
A very large company.
IP has a lot of opportunities for advancement if someone is looking for a company with upward mobility. They have a strong international presence if travel is desired.
Forklift Operator | Elk Grove, CA | May 13, 2018
I learned a lot but there was no place for advancement. the management was lacking in some areas. the hardest part of the job is to come in and focus on work because instead of trying to worry about the workers and the work they only focused on the negative things
Forklift Operator | Russellville, AR | Feb 13, 2020
A typical day at work
As the operator of the stacking machine, I would watch the layered corrugated cardboard stack and would pause the machine if the layers were incorrect, to restack