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    Has its moments, but some supervision is seriously sub par

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    Former Employee - Financial Analyst in Portland, OR
    Former Employee - Financial Analyst in Portland, OR

    I worked at Comcast Spotlight full-time (more than an year)


    The margins made by company are tremendous, so they treat you out like kings. Brings in Baja Fresh, pizza, Famous Dave's or any other catered event almost every week. In over a year, I only brought a lunch maybe twice.
    Structured environment, led by the book. Rules are followed and adhered to, which can be a pro since it helps to have some substance to what you are doing. Without it, workplace just becomes chaos.


    Leadership has been steered by those who have ran the business for 20+ years. Advancements, new ideas are not heard very much, so expect to perform tasks that are repetitive and complicated. This is because there is little to no evolution in the workplace to make processes improved, instead improvement comes by "adding on" to existing processes. Any business class I have taken has taught me to avoid this kind of mentality, but maybe it can change with new leadership. One Finance leader in particular cannot see out his office door, and has never worked for another company in his life so he is pretty stuck in his ways. Some other leaders are similar in fashion, so be cautious when you begin working to keep your head down and don't promote any ideas to make something better. Leave that up to leadership to figure it out their own particular way.

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    Each employee has different talents, utilize those talents and foster more of a team environment. Any business that allows the employees to "sink or swim" will ultimately fail due to morale and culture destruction. Keep progress in evolving systems/processes to make things easier, not more complicated. Listen to the complaints, when many have voiced them. Too much data and detailed analysis can miss the bigger picture, especially when you do not code inventory for Soccer games then ask for an analysis on how many soccer games aired (Response: Well, we were told not to code so it is impossible to figure out the Soccer game commercials aired since they are under the "General" code). Dipsticks leadership!

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