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27 days ago

Group Content Director, Muscle Mustangs and Fast Fords

Source Interlink Irvine, CA

The Group Content Director, Muscle Mustangs and Fast Fords is responsible for guiding the editorial content and direction for multiple magazine… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

VP, Event Experiences

Source Interlink Irvine, CA

The VP, Event Experiences will oversee a staff of several employees. TEN intends to organically grow its events portfolio over the next 2-3 years to… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Manager, Revenue Accounting

Source Interlink El Segundo, CA

The Manager, Revenue Accountingwill provide the following duties, but not limited to: Overall responsibility for, and leadership of, all aspects of… Glassdoor


23 days ago

Marketing Coordinator

Source Interlink El Segundo, CA

The Marketing Coordinator will assist in the activation of multi-platform integrated advertising projects; oversee the development and distribution… Glassdoor


27 days ago

Editor, Mustang Monthly

Source Interlink Irvine, CA

The Editor, Mustang Monthly will have overall responsibility for ensuring effective and timely delivery of a high quality publication and for… Glassdoor


23 days ago

Editor, 8-Lug Magazine

Source Interlink El Segundo, CA

The Editor, 8-Lug Magazine will provide the following duties, but not limited to: · Responsible for editorial planning and execution of each issue… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Payroll Administrator

Source Interlink Irvine, CA

The Payroll Administrator will provide the following duties, but not limited to: · Support Payroll Manager process company payroll utilizing… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Merchandiser

Source Interlink Orange Park, FL +2 locations

· Stock all Company related products (magazines, books, CD and DVD and other products) in retail stores · Remove outdated product from shelves, then… Glassdoor


23 days ago

Payroll and Compensation Manager

Source Interlink Los Angeles, CA

The Payroll and Compensation Manager will provide leadership to the Payroll/HRIS and Compensation functions for the company. Oversees the… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

District Supervisor

Source Interlink Boston, MA +2 locations

• Responsible for hiring, training, terminating, covering, scheduling and evaluating of merchandisers to service magazines, books, and other products… Glassdoor


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Source Interlink CEO and Director Michael L. (Mike) Sullivan
Michael L. (Mike) Sullivan
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    Managers work 24-7

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    Current Employee - District Manager  in  Dallas, TX
    Current Employee - District Manager in Dallas, TX

    I have been working at Source Interlink full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    working with people, if they stick around long enough

    Cons

    Kiss your personal life good bye if you're in field management. Insufficient training on the company systems, expected to figure out things on your own. No support from REGIONAL manager-- unless you mess up you never hear a word. Work, work, work all the time, and you're expected to manage field from behind the wheel of a very tiny company vehicle. You're expected to do your job as a manager and do the job of the merchandisers. Low pay for field merchandisers, and seriously low pay for field managers. Was told by a long time employee that about 3.5 years ago, everyone took a pay cut and since then, there have been no raises or bonus. Average working about 60 hours a week or more, and my net pay is 10 bucks an hour. Lots of dysfunction and chaos, which leads to job dissatisfaction.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Work on the infrastructure and hire competent field personnel and pay them accordingly. Consider creation of dedicated teams for specific projects and floaters or team leads for filling in vacancies. Managers should stick to managing, not performing grunt work in addition to everything else they have to do, and be given ample office time to get the management piece accomplished without spending their weekends for catching up. People on the road all the time burn out quickly, so give equal time in the local market. Upper management could use some lessons on communication as well as being more collaborative.

    Doesn't Recommend
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