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Comcast Spotlight President Charlie Thurston
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    3.0 Star Overall Review is Accurate

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    Former Employee - Sales Specialist  in  Atlanta, GA
    Former Employee - Sales Specialist in Atlanta, GA

    I worked at Comcast Spotlight full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Benefits are great, although the salary is on the lower end. I asked management about this upon exit and they also agreed. A mixed bag, some of them wonderful people but also some crooks. I got along great with my direct supervisor. Cable TV world, with many staff coming from print, although advertising is going digital, spotlight heavily pushed for digital as part of their sales package. The Cable TV world also has a lot of fun loving people with perks such as attending live sporting events.

    The company is going through a merger with TWC currently, so could be some good changes, such as a bigger market if approved, perhaps also trimming the fat in some departments, including poor middle management.

    Cons

    Heavily depends on the office you are at; some offices had a fun-loving atmosphere, very lax, especially in a small town where you are making a Fortune 500 salary. Other offices can be catty and dysfunctional.

    Sales is king, there is the potential for sales staff to make the big bucks. However, sales support staff are often undervalued and overworked, not to mention even the big bucks don't keep many sales staff around as they get burnt out. It’s a tech company after all, but technology is often broken (imagine 7 year old Dell laptops). It’s also important to foster an open door environment in a tech company to spread knowledge, but then again Comcast is the epitomy of corporate America: They want you to do your job and not innovate.

    It can also be hard to be open door in a catty sales environment. If you say Comcast Spotlight, most people still think you are the cable company Comcast, which is notorious for poor customer service.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop stepping on your own toes!

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