Imprimis Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Imprimis is the monthly speech digest of Hillsdale College, published by the Center for Constructive Alternatives. Salon.com described it as "the most influential conservative publication you've never heard of." Its name is Latin, meaning both 'in the first place' and the second person singular of the verb to print.

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Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Recruiting manager's never stay and not familiar with the candidate....This does not apply because I worked off site and did not interact with the staff."

Temp for Calyx Software (Former Employee) says

"The temporary work was available on a contract bases only. I only worked for the company a few months. I was told that there would be more work with my background and experience, The person working with me was no longer employed at the company, The new person in charge did not return calls or assigned me with another company once my contract ended. Cons: Not a stable career"

Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Temporary job. Nice work environment. Full time employees seemed satisfied in their positions. Located near freeway. Compensation was fair. No chance to move from temp to full time. Cons: Not able to go full time"

Financial Specialist (Former Employee) says

"Provided staffing to failed bank receiverships - Temporary position with no immediate contact with employer. Limited benefits and no advancement opportunities. Cons: Temporary - limited positions in area"

Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) says

"Don't remember to much about this job because it was temp. Just help customers with there orders and made sure they had the right product."

Customer Support Representative (Former Employee) says

"Takes a long time before they find you another assignment. Lack of communication. Was given wrong information regarding the assignment. Didn't work 40 hrs as I was thinking it was going to be. There were times I didn't work at all. But I stayed and completed the job."

Former Employee - Leader says

"I worked at Imprimis full-time for more than 3 years Cons: The CEO lacks integrity. She has an "advisor" who is unethical and so past their prime that it has a negative impact on the organization and its morale. The CEO should be an advocate for women and is far from a shining example. She has received many awards and accolades as a business woman but if people knew the inner workings they would be appalled, especially in the times we live in (woman empowerment). She is fortunate to have business partners that keep her afloat and to some extent keep her in check but there is no undoing some of the disgraceful things she has done."

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"I have been working at Imprimis Cons: VERY unorganized...kept promising to find me a job..have not heard from them in four months though I keep trying to call them...this is fort worth office. They should not be in the business they are in."

Recruiter says

"I worked at Imprimis for more than a year Cons: For the most part I enjoyed the people I worked with, however, I feel that management was a little too tolerant with certain employees allowing them to effect the envirornment for others. I eventually let for a better growth opportunity for myself. Definitely no room for growth."

Contractor says

"I worked at Imprimis Cons: Some of the Senior Management business decisions have been questionable; the branch offices have not been managed well and have lost a lot of business, resulting in an inability to provide long- or short-term positions for associates. Significant changes to policies and procedures are not necessarily announced to currently-registered associates, leading to unpleasant surprises. When issues have arisen, Senior Management ignored queries and no answers or resolutions were offered."