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Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at Deluxe Entertainment full-time
- 401(k) matching is not the best (3.75% of your salary), but it does fully vest each pay period - Opportunity to learn how the entertainment industry operates
- Way below average compensation - Constant change in management. I could have sworn there was a new C-level executive hired every other week. - CEO boosted employee morale by mentioning a COLA (cost of living adjustment), then completely ruined it by making it sound like a bonus (based on performance). News flash: Inflation goes up 3% per year and most employees have not seen 1 cent in raises since the day they got hired (5+ years). - Absolutely no communication from the top-down. No one on the bottom knows what is going on in the company. Employees are often moved from building to building, cubicle to cubicle, for absolutely no reason other than management being completely indecisive in their actions to be competent leaders. - Employee's duties are constantly shifted and they are expected to pick up more responsibilities for nothing in return. This causes low morale, low self-esteem, and low motivation since an employee's hard work is overlooked and instead scrutinized when one speaks up about their dissatisfaction. - Like any other corporation, any manager here will look you straight in the eye and lie for their own benefit. They will promise you career advancements and tell you that you'll be promoted once you are able to prove yourself. ** Potential candidates **: do not work here unless you are desperate for a job. Get your feet planted, get your income and experience, then leave as soon as you have the chance.
Advice to Management
"One Deluxe" will never work until you address the issues mentioned all over Glassdoor. You will never build cohesion by continuing down the toxic path you're on. Throwing high 6 digit salaries at C-level executives does not solve the problem occurring on the floor, it just complicates them. Fix the underlying issue instead of trying to throw more fuel to the fire.