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Viamedia Reviews

23 Reviews
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23 Reviews
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Mark Lieberman
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    Horrible, Horrible!

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    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Account Executive  in  Tampa, FL
    Current Employee - Account Executive in Tampa, FL

    I have been working at Viamedia full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Good sales training course upon being hired, including lovely dinners. Not sure if they still do that now.

    Cons

    Pathetic pay and if you are good at sales and secure large business opportunities, upper management steals it making it impossible to make any real money and advance with the company. When you close sales, the advertising often doesn't work so there's high churn. This also makes it impossible to make any real money and build a strong account base. Ridiculous comp plans and poor reimbursement. Total isolation in some markets. Some members of management are raunchy and wear cheap suits and think nothing of insulting comments and making people feel bad. Some members of management are rude and offensive and if they are not, then they are full of themselves and act too high and mighty to even speak to you. The culture is definitely a "good ole boys club."

    This is by far the worst company I have ever worked for which is sad because it used to be fairly decent, family-owned operation now taken over by "a clean up crew" who are laying people off, insisting on mandatory unpaid days off, and running silly contests and handing down directives to perform "or else." Very threatening bunch of people and a total waste of time in my career.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Consider people who are out there trying to make a living but end up only putting money in your pockets. Develop compassion for the grossly under-compensation plans your managers come up with. Also you need to take a closer look at some of the managers who are liabilities for the company and who should not be there at all.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    No opinion of CEO