Blueprint Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
A blueprint is a reproduction of a technical drawing or engineering drawing using a contact print process on light-sensitive sheets. Introduced by Sir John Herschel in 1842, the process allowed rapid and accurate production of an unlimited number of copies. It was widely used for over a century for the reproduction of specification drawings used in construction and industry. The blueprint process
Marketing Director (Former Employee) says"Brand that spiraled post-acquisition. Had the opportunity to be a category-leader and lost it due to it being out of touch with the marketplace. Had tried to reinvent itself numerous times with no luck."
Instructor (Former Employee) says"Just ask how many employees return every year for their summer camp programs! The management is completely disorganized and the programs are staffed most of the time with unqualified personnel. They hire not based on qualifications but their extreme need for employees. It is a shame that the students who participate in this program pay so much for the camp. Cons: Everything else!"
Office Manager (Former Employee) says"Handle the day to day operations of the office. Pay bills, setting up A/P /A/R , filing system and travel arrangements. Cons: salary, hours, training."
Sales Associate (Current Employee) says"The working environment wasn't for me. Its a relaxed, not serious atmosphere, and the potential here to make a ton of money is great. However the lack of a professional environment made me feel it was a career."
Site Supervisor/Draftsman in Interior/MEP/Civil (Former Employee) says"This company Blueprint is good. Cons: Normal"
Admin Clerk (Former Employee) says"It is a good company for someone to work into. I felt more at home like we were all a family and am glad i worked in that company. unfortunately the salary was not enough for me looking at my expenses"
stampatore offset (Former Employee) says"Posto di lavoro adatto a persone poco propense alla carriera."
Admin/financial Manager (Former Employee) says"a typical day at work was busy with cost reporting and drivers, liaising with the owner of the trucks and managing routes, with day to day admin. I learnt everything I need to start-up my own company as I needed to start a whole new office and working environment for the trucks. my in office co-workers were appointed and trained by me with all having there own field of expertise. the hardest part for the job was to explain to the owner of the trucks with no transport experience that live happens sometimes breakdowns do occur and the rain season God send's. The most enjoyable part of my job was that I had my own space to perform in with no "boss" breathing down my neck. The owner gave me my space to manage his trucks and drivers in my own way. Cons: not everybody understands transport the way it should be."
Handyman (Former Employee) says"great place to work. they find the best options for what your skills are and they manage to get you a job close to your home and in good travel minutes."
Senior Video Producer (Former Employee) says"Blueprint has a knack for acquiring some of the coolest and most talented people, but puts them in unfortunate and difficult circumstances. You'll often find yourself upset and confused, but rarely at people - particularly management, who are very kind. This makes for a place that's a great learning experience where you'll build good friendships."
Graphic Designer / Prepress Operator (Current Employee) says"I handle both Graphic Design and Pre Press with lots of tight deadlines. The company have about 30+ staff in Sales, Productions and print."
Sales Associate (Former Employee) says"A typical day at work was good if we very busy, I learned how to stock up the sales floor, greet customers when they walk in the store, asisst customers if they need help with anything, there was nothing hard about the job."
Microsoft FastTrack Enterprise Mobility + Security Engineer (Current Employee) says"Blueprint opened the door to work at Microsoft, the benefits is not to bad, the problem with BluePrint is the work is a contract for 18 months, its not permanent."