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Univision President & CEO Randy Falco
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    Great place to work until the Saban took control

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    Former Employee - Executive Management
    Former Employee - Executive Management

    I worked at Univision full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    The management was always run bottoms up, with the employees input always taken into consideration. The product and clients were always the most important part of the business and each employee was encouraged to act as an ambassador. The pay was great, however you work hard for it.

    Cons

    As it grew and especially when Saban gained control everything began to change. The company was controlled in an autocratic dictatorial fashion with a tone that made employees feel like they worked in a Soviet run state. Unfortunately many of the C-Level exec's were rude and extremely condescending to the employees who for the most part enjoyed working for Univision. Sales prior to the takeover were absolutely off the charts in many places. After the take over sales continued to grow at spectacular rates, however C level management was ungrateful and often times projected an isolated image.

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    Hopefully for all the great talented people that are employed at this company things will improve and the management style will change from the tyrannical LBO style of dressing the depraved property with a new coat of paint to make it look good while no one has bothered to check for termites in 8 years

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