LSC Communications

Working at LSC Communications: Company Overview and Reviews

LSC Communications
LSC Communications
2.9
985 reviews
LSC Communications Ratings
2.9
Average rating of 985 reviews on Indeed
2.7Work-Life Balance
2.7Pay & Benefits
2.6Job Security & Advancement
2.6Management
2.8Culture
Headquarters
Chicago
Employees
10,000+
Revenue
$1B to $5B (USD)
Industry
Consulting and Business Services

Popular jobs at LSC Communications

 Average SalarySalary Range
100 salaries reported
$13.76
per hour
$7.25-$20.65
24 salaries reported
$14.84
per hour
$7.40-$22.30
33 salaries reported
$19.61
per hour
$7.25-$36.15
12 salaries reported
$21.50
per hour
$10.75-$32.30
10 salaries reported
$18.16
per hour
$7.25-$33.25
Salary Satisfaction
49%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 2444 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

LSC Communications Reviews

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Overall Reviews at LSC Communications

4.0
Roll Tender | Torrance, CA | Jul 1, 2021
Great benefits.
I worked for this company for 30 years. It used to be, RR Donnelly & Sons. Now there's a whole lot of reasons why I believe the name change happened, some fact and some speculation, but I won't say anything beyond that. I believe the company started to drift away from the original founders' vision. This company was founded in the late 1800's and never had a layoff until 2007. They offered great benefits and vacation time and potential for career growth. They also supported you in that potential growth. I mean, those are some of the qualities you look for in a company.
ProsGreat pay but not in all states.
ConsDon't know how stable the company is at this point.
1.0
Press Operator | Harrisonburg, VA | Apr 2, 2020
Orientation was great! Super friendly people!
Until you get on the floor.Thats when you meet the drones.The supervisor who talks at you, against you, down at you.You are made to feel like you BETTER know your job but you BETTER let the senior people handle any issues even though it's your job to do. And don't expect team work or motivation.Its not there
3.0
Building Operator | Glasgow, KY | Jan 14, 2020
Plant closing
Little notice of plant closing.Worked there for 12 years and really disappointed in the way upper management has ran the company the last several years.
1.0
Building Maintenance | Senatobia, MS | Oct 6, 2020
Was for a long time. Last three years made me throw up.
Not good last few years before I got a work force reduction and doing two jobs at that time. VP only wanted results and expected you to beat folks not making numbers even if they were 1% short.
ProsVery little
ConsTERRIBLE
4.0
Boiler Operator | Mattoon, IL | May 25, 2020
Overall the experience was rewarding
Economic times and overall costs to maintain the overhead expenses of EPA regulated standards and expenses ultimately was the demise of the Mattoon Illinois facility closing its doors and overall costs seem to be the main reason for this Company to file chapter 11 bankruptcy in April 2020
1.0
Forklift Operator | Harrisonburg, VA | Jul 21, 2019
Poor management
They ask to much and never move up the supervisor never around or in the office drinking coffee or talking about stupid stuff we another person but everything had to run good
1.0
Crew Leader | Harrisonburg, VA | Feb 12, 2018
Disgusting
Overworked underpaid not appreciated at all machine operator's goof off while crewleaders and material handlers seem responsible for their bad books..
ProsNone
ConsEverything is a Con
4.0
Customer Service Representative | Minnesota | Apr 8, 2019
Was a good job in it's day.
Loved working with customers and coworkers on production of magazines. Corporate decided to close the location I worked at. It's unfortunate, it was a great place to work in our small community.
3.0
Application Specialist | Kendallville, IN | Jul 25, 2017
No-nonsense productive workplace
Work on jobs according to priority from a work queue. Preflight all new files for potential issues & report issues to customer. Refine & assign files in the proper page sets and process layout with Preps software.
4.0
Press Operator | Union, MO | Jun 19, 2018
good long time emplyer
As a 14 year employee I quite enjoyed working at lsc communications. They are well structured and very helpful and supportive bringing new people to the team. departments are well managed and well run. There is also constant training on improving the job and making things easier and better for future employees. Pay could be better but overall it s great company to work for.
Pros20 minute lunch two 10 minute breaks.
Consa fair amount of overtime for a while then a slow down to 4 days a week

Questions And Answers about LSC Communications

If you were in charge, what would you do to make LSC Communications a better place to work?
Asked Jan 31, 2017
Better training and explanation of your duties involving your workm
Answered Oct 27, 2021
Get to know your people and make them feel appreciated
Answered Aug 13, 2021
On average, how many hours do you work a day at LSC Communications?
Asked Jan 18, 2017
There are 8 hour shifts, which are Monday through Friday. 1st shift is 7am-3pm, 2nd is 3pm-11pm, 3rd is 11pm-7am. Then there are 12 hour shifts, which are either Monday Tuesday Wednesday, with Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday off. Or Thursday Friday Saturday, with Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday off. And the 12 hours are either 7am-7pm or 7pm-7am. There is also a new part-time option where employees can pick their own shifts whatever days they want, and its either 4 hour shifts or 8 hour shifts.
Answered Jun 24, 2021
There are 8 hour shifts available and 12 hour shifts available. 8 hour shifts are your typical 1st, 2nd, and 3rd shift options, Monday through Friday. The 12 hour shifts are either Monday Tuesday Wednesday, then you have Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday off. Or Thursday Friday Saturday, and you have Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday off. So 3 days on, 4 off. Those are either 7am-7pm, or 7pm-7am.
Answered Jun 24, 2021
Do they background check?
Asked Mar 28, 2017
Yes a background check is done at pre-employment. Past and minor discrepancies are typically overlooked. The main concerns are serious charges, like kidnapping, murder, etc. If you have theft or battery, you are typically fine. But it all depends on the charge.
Answered Jun 24, 2021
Yes, candidate with drug conviction will be given preference
Answered Apr 14, 2020
What is the most stressful part about working at LSC Communications?
Asked Jan 31, 2017
Functioning alcoholic supervisors threatening to drug test employees for participating in OSHA investigations. HR harassing and threatening union members for assisting injured brothers and sisters in retaining a workman's comp attorney. Being threatened for refusing to acknowledge handbook policies that violates fair employment laws.
Answered Jun 21, 2020
No accountability, no feedback, amateurs running the company thinking they are professionals, but in truth they only are there because of a buddy system.
Answered Jun 21, 2020
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at LSC Communications? What are the steps along the way?
Asked Nov 14, 2016
Employees are hired in immediately, and can start as soon as the next day!
Answered Jun 24, 2021
Immediately they are so desperate they have gone threw tons of people . You get online and don’t even need an address just an email
Answered Mar 23, 2019