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Scantron Corporation is an American company based in Eagan, Minnesota. Scantron provides products and services for assessments and surveys worldwide.

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Hired for one role and put in a lower position (Former Employee) says

"They definitely do not like someone who is different than them. If you lack morals, ethics, and love wine without cheese, this is definitely the place. Laid back environment and snakes loves lounging in the garden during the summer too. Most definitely would not recommend this place especially minorities. Ive never seen so many males with that many mood swings and whine so much. Clearly they are as needy as their customers.Employee engagement activities every once in awhile.unethical, unaccountable, love to lie and place blame on others when the plan for their tactic to merge doesnt work, inconsistent with protocol, and training."

Material Handler II (Former Employee) says

"Scantron was not a great place to work and did not treat their employee's the best."

Bindery Technician (Former Employee) says

"It's a class system in this building. If you are not part of the "in" crowd, you're on your own. There's a long line for advancement. LOTS of mandatory weekend work."

Assembler II (Former Employee) says

"Company seems to always be getting smaller. The people are fun to work with. The company had a flexible time schedule and management was willing to work around issues."

Maintenance Tech (Former Employee) says

"Very unorganized, free lunch breaks a lot of weekends and overtime. There is very little communication with day shift or management on second or third shift."

Press Technician (Current Employee) says

"Scantron is a mature business that is In decline. The printing division Is contracting year in and year out. I'm now looking to continue my career at a company with potential.I work first shift.The business is in decline."

Printing Press Operator (Current Employee) says

"Multiple layoffs in the past few years. Management tells us work there is slowing. Laid off production workers, putting more work on the rest of employees. That being said annual merit increases also have been held in the past. Morale in the shop is bad.Vacation, education reimbursementhealthcare cost, unstable work"

Inside Sales Representative (Current Employee) says

"Tendenances to put down the department I work in even though that is where the most revenue was brought in. The researcher that is required to donwithin the job is a favorite of mine."

sales (Former Employee) says

"I worked for scantron for a long time. It was great for a long time and things changed. Good life balance if you understand the workload is not doable.the peoplemanagement, confusion, bad morale"

Data Entry Clerk (Current Employee) says

"This is a part time job. Mostly keying in surveys and customer feedback on forms using different formats for each type. Was recently trained in to code, which is a task given to only the full time employees. This ads some integrity to my job and some better work flow Everyday brings a new job task.very flexiblework flow comes and goes, and there a several days or weeks with no work at all."

Sales (Former Employee) says

"The company, like many, is going through a lot of changes as the Education market is undergoing a lot of change. THe company has products in many markets but is mostly focused on K12 Education.Great peopleSome upper management prefer "yes" people mentality"

Design Specialist III (Former Employee) says

"After working and devoting 26 years of time to a company I thought was dependable, I was laid off without any warning. Left a very sore feeling. Even though there were others with more time in and those close to retirement, they left me go even though year in and out my reviews were always good. Business was in the decline year to year, but still can’t understand their thinking, was told it was due to restructuring."

Bindery Operator (Former Employee) says

"Worked a lot of hours...mandatory OT. Great benefits, insurance, 401K,....was called NCS when I worked there. Worked many 7 day work weeks. Cancelled vacation. All forced OT!!"

Material Handler II (Current Employee) says

"People are good to work with around here, and you can learn a lot here if you are in the right departement. I have learned a lot about shipping and receiving but would like to move to a job with more room for advancement.401k match, school reimbursementhealthcare, not much advancement, pay is not great"

Sr. Technical Recruiter (Former Employee) says

"Some turbulence, but great people that have a vision. Management is competent, energetic and fun. The business needs to technically catch up to competition. it is attempting to do so. the next year will determine the fate of the company..."

Manager, Sales Ops (Former Employee) says

"When I started at Scantron, it felt like a family-owned business. It was large but felt personal and home-like. As the company grew and acquired companies and, ultimately was acquired itself, the dynamic changed and it lost its family atmosphere. Perhaps that is a California-based analysis. Maybe in Minnesota, where the headquarters was moved, it still feels that way. I saw changes in CEO seven times in a 3-year period and with each new successor to the position, the value of the California operations diminished.Potential growth.Less personal"

Shop Hand (Former Employee) says

"Great company to work for but only had a contract so didn’t get to work there long but still learned a bunch of new things like working with metal and fabricationFunHeavy lifting"

Finishing Technician (Current Employee) says

"I worked as a Finishing Technician. Overall, the job is fairly simple and some aspects are challenging. The company as a whole strives for quantity and quality, the management and supervision was fantastic and friendly! We got advancements when the company was able to do so, we also had other free treats like free pizza, doughnuts, coffee, popcorn, etc. as incentives.Great management, small company, small incentives throughout the yearThe busy season requires you to work 7 days a week, which can be difficult with a family or social life. The pay is liveable but not exactly desireable."

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