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The 10 Best Printing Companies to Work For As Rated by the Women Who Work There (January 2020)

Looking for a new job in printing? Check our list of the most female-friendly employers in the industry, as rated by the women who work there.

InHerSight's list of the best printing companies for women is based on millions of anonymous employer ratings and reviews from working women. Printing companies on this list have been rated by 10 or more participants as of January 1, 2020. Rate your company ›

The 10 best printing companies to work for

1. Brady Corporation

2.9 stars

Brady Corporation is a printing company headquartered in the Zele area, that employs 5001 to 10000 people. The company has its best ratings for the people you work with (4.2 stars) and equal opportunities for women and men (3.7 stars).

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2. FedEx Office

2.9 stars

FedEx Office is a printing company headquartered in the Plano, TX area, that employs 5001 to 10000 people. The company has its best ratings for paid time off (3.8 stars) and equal opportunities for women and men (3.8 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for FedEx Office:

"Unless you are promoted, there is a pay increase cap of 3% which when you're making under $15 per hour is pretty much nothing. "

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3. Taylor Corporation

2.9 stars

Taylor Corporation is a printing company headquartered in the North Mankato, MN area, that employs 5001 to 10000 people. The company has its best ratings for the people you work with (3.8 stars) and equal opportunities for women and men (3.6 stars).

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4. Minuteman Press

2.8 stars

Minuteman Press is a printing company headquartered in the Farmingdale, NY area, that employs 51 to 200 people. The company has its best ratings for equal opportunities for women and men (3.8 stars) and management opportunities (3.6 stars).

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5. AlphaGraphics

2.7 stars

AlphaGraphics is a printing company headquartered in the Salt Lake City, UT area, that employs 11 to 50 people. The company has its best ratings for equal opportunities for women and men (3.7 stars) and paid time off (3.5 stars).

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6. Quad/Graphics

2.4 stars

Quad/Graphics is a printing company headquartered in the Sussex, WI area, that employs 5001 to 10000 people. The company has its best ratings for the people you work with (3.0 stars) and paid time off (2.9 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for Quad/Graphics:

"As a woman who has worked in many male dominated fields, I feel impressed and appreciated. I feel I am evaluated on my work and not my gender. Every place has room for improveme..."

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7. Taylor Communications

2.3 stars

Taylor Communications is a printing company that employs 1001 to 5000 people. The company has its best ratings for paid time off (3.4 stars) and female representation in leadership (3.2 stars).

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8. Fastsigns

2.3 stars

Fastsigns is a printing company headquartered in the Carrollton, TX area, that employs 51 to 200 people. The company has its best ratings for female representation in leadership (3.2 stars) and equal opportunities for women and men (3.1 stars).

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9. LSC Communications

2.3 stars

LSC Communications is a printing company that employs 5001 to 10000 people. The company has its best ratings for equal opportunities for women and men (3.4 stars) and female representation in leadership (3.2 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for LSC Communications:

"It's not awful if you can deal with the mandatory overtime."

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10. RR Donnelley

2.0 stars

RR Donnelley is a printing company headquartered in the Chicago, IL area, that employs 5001 to 10000 people. The company has its best ratings for the people you work with (2.8 stars) and female representation in leadership (2.6 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for RR Donnelley:

"Lots of female management, with a fairly comfortable atmosphere. My biggest complaint was lack of maternity/paternity leave, expensive health insurance, no retirement matching, ..."

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Companies with ratings and reviews from at least 10 current or former US-based employees are eligible for this list. Company ratings accurate as of January 1, 2020.

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