Critical Mention

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24 days ago

Content Marketer

Mention United States

We are looking for a community-minded content crafter, excited to help elevate Mentions content and further build our community in the U.S. and… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Product Designer

Mention Paris

With over 250,000+ users using the app in 125+ countries, including companies such as GitHub, Spotify, MIT, Airbnb, Etsy, Microsoft and Century… Glassdoor


1 day ago

Head of Product – new

Mention Paris

We are looking for an extraordinary talented Product Manager to help us build a product our customers will love, even more. MISSION • Build… Glassdoor


Critical Mention Reviews

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Sean P. Morgan
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    Fun, Hardworking Employees, Terrible Management

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    I worked at Critical Mention

    Pros

    I really enjoyed my colleagues at Critical. There are some very intelligent, social and hardworking people there.

    Cons

    The compensation is very unbalanced, as others have mentioned. Due to this, top-talent is not attracted and the organization as a whole suffers. There was no bonus structure.

    There are a few executives I appreciated working with. However, the majority of the leadership is reactive, emotional and just unprofessional. The CEO would come into certain meetings on an ad-hoc basis, attempt to lead the meeting but instead derail the conversation and end up wasting everyones time. Many of his meetings were more like rambling motivational speeches than sober, well-thought out plans.

    I've also seen plenty of screaming, cursing and yelling from management (not directed at me either). That's not for professionals and not for me.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Find and hire incredibly talented people across the entire organization and pay them well. Fire those who bring down the work-ethic and culture (and fire fast).

    Don't have so many meetings. Stop interrupting meetings and arbitrarily running them. Stop giving speeches about sports and winning.

    Doesn't Recommend
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