H H Seiferth Signs

★★★☆☆
  • 2800 Smallman St

    Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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  • 412-281-4983

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Mon 09:00 AM-05:00 PM;Tue 09:00 AM-05:00 PM;Wed 09:00 AM-05:00 PM;Thu 09:00 AM-05:00 PM;Fri 09:00 AM-05:00 PM

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I am writing this review as both a one time employee AND a customer of H. H. Seiferth. \r
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This was my first "Design" job after graduating from The Art Institute. The job was horrible and the office personnel were even worse. The

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I am writing this review as both a one time employee AND a customer of H. H. Seiferth. \r
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This was my first "Design" job after graduating from The Art Institute. The job was horrible and the office personnel were even worse. The

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i wish i could help more to but the last comment describes it all. I also was a recent employee, the way they treat people and employees was disturbing I was the 25th person in and out in a 8 month time. I wish i would hace seen this comment before i took the job. i hope other people see this review and think before they take the job.

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i wish i could help more to but the last comment describes it all. I also was a recent employee, the way they treat people and employees was disturbing I was the 25th person in and out in a 8 month time. I wish i would hace seen this comment before i took the job. i hope other people see this review and think before they take the job.

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This post concerns the employer H.H. Seiferth Signs located in the Strip District Pittsburgh, PA. My intent is to inform any aspiring/struggling designer/artist/recent graduate about this employer that I have had the recent unforunate experience of working with. Seiferth signs is first and foremost one of the absolute worst places to begin a valuable working experience in Pittsburgh for any desperate designer. I am writing this not just for my own personal gain or because I am extremely dissatisfied with this employer even though I am. I am writing this post for any struggling designer or recent graduate who is eagerly seeking a start in their chosen career field. Seiferth Signs is certainly not the appropriate beginning. If you are ever pulled in for an interview you may disregard my warning at first because the shop manager Theresea will seem nice, friendly, and nothing but sincere. She will give you the impression that the position you are seeking is easily learned and that plenty of help/training will be provided. This is quite the contrary. She and other shop workers will slowly demean you, treat you with little to no respect, and make you feel as if you are useless. After two days upon working with them I was expected to flawlessly operate a router/CNC milling machine, a large format printer, and apply various methods of signage including vinyl and plastic counter parts. I was not only expected to perform these tasks efficiently, but also hassled constantly as if I were a common moron even though I informed her upon my hiring that I had no previous experience with the equipment or skills required. The pay they offer is fairly decent at $10 per hour plus benefits, but this serves only to lure new and burgeoning art students into their terrible working environment. If you are also considering safety around extremely dangerous equipment and materials you might want to bring your own protective measures as there are no precautions whatsoever at this facility. I do hope that this informative warning reaches as many people as possible so as to prevent any easily avoidable mistakes and wasted energy and time that could be spent maybe creating something useful for yourself or searching for reputable companies with well satisfied employees that are at least treated with respect and as humanely as possible. I certainly don't mean to anger anyone with this warning I intend for it to be purely as a helpful message from one self respecting artist to another. I hope that this has been helpful for some of you out there and good luck with the job hunt. I know that I will require some luck as I have quit my previous job which wasn't half bad in retrospective and now am forced to continue my search.

Pleadingly,
Anonymous

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This post concerns the employer H.H. Seiferth Signs located in the Strip District Pittsburgh, PA. My intent is to inform any aspiring/struggling designer/artist/recent graduate about this employer that I have had the recent unforunate experience of working with. Seiferth signs is first and foremost one of the absolute worst places to begin a valuable working experience in Pittsburgh for any desperate designer. I am writing this not just for my own personal gain or because I am extremely dissatisfied with this employer even though I am. I am writing this post for any struggling designer or recent graduate who is eagerly seeking a start in their chosen career field. Seiferth Signs is certainly not the appropriate beginning. If you are ever pulled in for an interview you may disregard my warning at first because the shop manager Theresea will seem nice, friendly, and nothing but sincere. She will give you the impression that the position you are seeking is easily learned and that plenty of help/training will be provided. This is quite the contrary. She and other shop workers will slowly demean you, treat you with little to no respect, and make you feel as if you are useless. After two days upon working with them I was expected to flawlessly operate a router/CNC milling machine, a large format printer, and apply various methods of signage including vinyl and plastic counter parts. I was not only expected to perform these tasks efficiently, but also hassled constantly as if I were a common moron even though I informed her upon my hiring that I had no previous experience with the equipment or skills required. The pay they offer is fairly decent at $10 per hour plus benefits, but this serves only to lure new and burgeoning art students into their terrible working environment. If you are also considering safety around extremely dangerous equipment and materials you might want to bring your own protective measures as there are no precautions whatsoever at this facility. I do hope that this informative warning reaches as many people as possible so as to prevent any easily avoidable mistakes and wasted energy and time that could be spent maybe creating something useful for yourself or searching for reputable companies with well satisfied employees that are at least treated with respect and as humanely as possible. I certainly don't mean to anger anyone with this warning I intend for it to be purely as a helpful message from one self respecting artist to another. I hope that this has been helpful for some of you out there and good luck with the job hunt. I know that I will require some luck as I have quit my previous job which wasn't half bad in retrospective and now am forced to continue my search.

Pleadingly,
Anonymous

Pros: cheap

Cons: high turnover rate for employees, 25 in a 4 month period

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