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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Flywheel full-time (more than an year)Pros
- Spent years working way up through the company and achieving highest possible role. Good benefits, OK salary and great work environment.Cons
- Work-life balance is very poor. Ability to pull up work from any location, always working and always expected to be working
- Upper management has massive lack of communication to studio managers
- Poor leadership and lack of accountability.
- Lack of positive reinforcement; communication from boss only comes through if you are not doing well. Never the opposite. This makes staying with company less desirable.
- Never given any goals or numbers to achieve. Makes it hard to guide yourself and know whether on correct path or not.
- Hear from boss when out of town, rarely any other time. Expectations are definitely not communicated well.
- Flywheel will consume you if you allow it. Individuals who do not do well in setting and managing boundaries experience burn out, and there won't be many people (if anyone) to stop this from happening.
- Poured heart and soul in to company for years receive nothing in return.Advice to ManagementAdvice
- Understand what it truly means to take time off and why employees feel the need to do so.
- Leadership should be aware of their employees giving their best, even when they have achieved their goals and results numbers.
- If Flywheel would put more money in to marketing and advertising before a studio opens - it would truly help improve overall studio performance. There's a constant "cannot keep above water" feeling.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookApproves of CEO