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16 days ago

Director - Business Development

FREEMAN South San Francisco, CA

** Freeman is seeking an individual responsible for goal setting and performance management of Business Development team. **Director of Business…

30+ days ago

Part-Time Technician - Desktop Support

FREEMAN San Francisco, CA

** FreemanXP is seeking a **Part Time Technician - Desktop Support**. Under direct supervision, this position manages technical support for a mixed…

30+ days ago

Executive Producer

FREEMAN San Francisco, CA

** Freeman XP is seeking an **Executive Producer** to be responsible for establishing program best practices and efficient workflow across teams…

30+ days ago

Sales - Director of Sales - Event Technologies - Encore Event Technologies

FREEMAN San Francisco, CA

include: * Establish a coordinated sales effort with Encore Event Technologies' Hotel Client. * Establish a consistently high…

17 days ago

Warehouse Laborer

FREEMAN Redwood City, CA

will include: * Cleans or repairs merchandise * Sorts and places materials or items on racks, shelves, or in bins according to predetermined…

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    AV permalancer > lottsa work as long as you never expect a raise

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    Former Employee - Part Time Freelancer in Dallas, TX
    Former Employee - Part Time Freelancer in Dallas, TX

    I worked at Freeman part-time (more than 5 years)


    Freeman offers sporadic training beyond very very basic general tech. I worked loyally for 5 years and only when I really pushed did I get a $3.28 raise. Freeman will work you right up to 38 hrs, even if you are mid-show, and cut you to avoid overtime. The good point is Freeman has a lot of work, for low pay.


    In 5 years as a freelancer, I only attained overtime 3 weeks. They advance internally, ignoring freelancers until they threaten to leave. Worse, they give V1 to brown noses not the natural leaders who have the experience and just are not the type to smooze. Showrunners will throw freelancers under the bus rather take the beating for their problems on show.

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    Reward loyalty and the hard work or your long time freelancers. Stop ignoring those who worked side by side for your for years because that's when they will leave for better pay.

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