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12 days ago


Fullscreen Los Angeles, CA

s, process development for recruitment, sourcing and screening candidates, interviewing, and offer negotiation and closing the candidate… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Manager, Financial Planning & Analysis

Fullscreen Los Angeles, CA

• Own the financial model and five year plan for Fullscreens content and consumer business • Develop analysis and valuation of new content deals… Glassdoor

12 days ago

Contract Recruiter Sourcer

Fullscreen Los Angeles, CA

• Build and own a sourcing pipeline and candidate pool for key tech and non-tech positions • Work closely with the recruiters and to develop and… Glassdoor

22 days ago

Sr. Software Engineer, Payments

Fullscreen Los Angeles, CA

• Operate payment system monthly and ensure payments correctness. • Design and implement new solutions to improve the speed, reliability, and… Glassdoor

23 days ago

Help Desk Engineer

Fullscreen Los Angeles, CA

Our Help Desk Engineer must be sculpted from 100% pure awesome. They must think and act like a consultant to Fullscreen staff, asking what are we… Glassdoor

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George Strompolos
9 Ratings

    Sales manager

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    Former Employee - Sales in Culver City, CA
    Former Employee - Sales in Culver City, CA

    I worked at Fullscreen full-time (less than an year)


    Innovative company with access to YouTube talent.


    Poorly managed company. They leave no time for ramp up, and leave you on an island. It's a start up, with little focus. Each arm of the company is competing with the other. It's not a team environment.

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    Don't just say what you're going to do to help. Back it up with action. Find a process that works, and is more streamlined. Get your Sr. mgmt on the same page. When multiple executives openly dislike each other, it does nothing for company moral. Also, stop worrying so much about being purchased. If you put a solid business plan in place, being purchased will take care of itself.

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