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Internship, GrindMedia Digital

Source Interlink El Segundo, CA

Source Interlink Media, LLC is the premier source of special interest media in the United States. With 70+ publications, 100+ websites, 800 branded… Glassdoor


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Intern

Source Interlink El Segundo, CA

Source Interlink Media, LLC is the premier source of special interest media in the United States. With 70+ publications, 100+ websites, 800 branded… Glassdoor


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Source Interlink CEO and Director Michael L. (Mike) Sullivan
Michael L. (Mike) Sullivan
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    About what you'd expect from a company that's slowly been going out of business for the past seven years.

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    Former Employee - Art Director in El Segundo, CA
    Former Employee - Art Director in El Segundo, CA

    I worked at Source Interlink full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    The opportunity to work with some talented, passionate people in the art and editorial departments was the sole high point of the experience.

    Cons

    Morale was incredibly low, thanks to a lack of communication from management; pay raises were nonexistent (except for newly hired vice presidents, of which there were scores); layoffs were constant; many managers lacked experience, skill, or both; toadying was rewarded, while talent was not; budgets were repeatedly cut without warning, in a vain attempt to offset unrealistic sales projections.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen to experienced employees who know what they're doing; invest in the product; stop promoting your friends; fire the manifestly incompetent; reduce the number of overpaid vice presidents by approximately 90%; reduce the amount of needless paperwork required of employees by approximately 90%; learn to communicate with the rank and file; consider taking a pay cut yourself as penance for failed business initiatives, rather than crippling the company in the long term by laying off the talent. That's a start.

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