Lexmark
3.1 of 5 68 reviews
www.lexmark.com Lexington, KY 5000+ Employees

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Lexmark

Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)
Lexington, KY (US)

I worked at Lexmark

ProsGood company to work for. Really enjoyed working here. Also lexington is a small and a nice place to live.

ConsAs I said not much to do in a small town like lexington, ky. Also it snows for like 4 months.

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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Nice place to work

Software Engineer (Current Employee)
Lexington, KY (US)

I have been working at Lexmark


Pros: Decent pay, nice area to live Cons: No room for growth and long working hours Advice to Senior Management: Be respectful of all people More

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I was at Lexmark for 8 years. The last three years were a good experience.

Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)

I worked at Lexmark


Pros: Very flexible work arrangements. Expectations for delivering results were high, but latitude was… Cons: Downsizing to meet business challenges left more and more work to be done by few.… Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend More

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