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Latest revision as of 03:44, 7 April 2021
Insignia is a technology product company. Its parent company is Best Buy.
Data Specialist Coordinator (Former Employee) says"Not a good place to work they are not a fair company, the pay is horrible and after market management is horrible and not fair to the employees they set you up for failure. The restrooms are nasty and if you have allergies etc you will be constantly sick the place is not kept clean at all."
Certified Medication Aide (Current Employee) says"Don’t work here if your looking for a promotional raise Management is awful The residents are so thoughtful and loving and caring You will definitely have a great appreciation for them"
Operations Manager (Former Employee) says"I joined Insignia as a consultant and quickly learned the flat organizational chart could not and would not work here or anywhere else. The company was mis-managed and is now in bankruptcy proceedings. Cons: Work / Life Balance"
Camarera (Former Employee) says"Estuvo muy bien trabajar allí, creci como profesional en el sector y como persona."
Warehouse Operative / Supervisor (Current Employee) says"Worked there for over 4 years and got treated like I was nothing when it came to any chance of advancements. They don’t know how to run the warehouse and wouldn’t change anything to make it better. Cons: Treated badly."
Business Development Manager (Former Employee) says"Nothing to comment on Compass labels were taken over by this company and 18 months later all staff were made redundant. Cons: The Managing Director"
Director of Maintenance (Current Employee) says"They hide the handbook from you you never get benefits that they promised you get PTO days but they complain about when you take them I do not recommend working for this company I worked there for three years management is a joke their HR department is a joke the person they have doing HR violates more laws then anything and harasses you Cons: No good support from the owners and they do not invest in their buildings"
Sales Assistant/Order & Estimating Processor (Current Employee) says"I enter estimates and orders through out my day. I bill clients and assist the main sales man with processing."
Sales Assistant/Order & Estimating Processor (Former Employee) says"Management had very high expectations and offered no help or reward for your over achievement on a daily basis. Work environment was always get the job completed no matter what. Cons: No benefits for employees."
QUALITY ASSURANCE INSPECTOR (Former Employee) says"They get you a job when you need one and most of the jobs are temp to hire. It's pretty straight forward warehouse work. I was able to find a full 40 hour paycheck when the job market was slow. Cons: Not climate controlled"
Operations & Accounts Executive (Current Employee) says"A regular day from Monday to Saturday. We need to resume the office @ 7;30 AM but there is no office closing time. Even sometime need to work on Sunday's as well. Management is not Co-operative at all. Cons: Hectic Long working Hours"
JURIST (Former Employee) says"Ett niche företag som växer och förbättras, fast det var inte alltid lätt att jobba för dem. De kan ibland vara opålitliga, och värdesätter inte sina arbetare."
Sales Associate (Former Employee) says"* its was typical to work at insignia because my location was far away from my residence. Cons: no healthcare, no allowance. late salary"
Atención al público (Former Employee) says"Siempre satisfecha, con gente super divertida"
Director of Inventory Management (Former Employee) says"Started with company and worked there for 25 years. Company went through many phases. Work was interesting, most management was good. I enjoyed the people I workded with Cons: all new management, loss of benefits, loss of positive work culture"
Assistant Research Analyst (Former Employee) says"Team oriented environment. Geared toward sales and market productivity. Cons: location"
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE (Former Employee) says"Professional Experience Cons: Paint"