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Employers really care about employees. Very small company mom and pop kind of feel to the place. Always felt appreciate for my work. Great work parties and events. Great benefits including free tickets and easy to get time off in the offseason.
The performance of the team has hurt moral in the company and among fans. Sometimes management/ownership is too nice and tolerates bad performance. Pay isn't great (benefits make up for this though) and hard to get time off during the season and impossible during home stands. Hard to move up in the company until recently because everyone stays (great place to work).
Advice to Management
Make the on-field product better and increase pay. Keep up the good work on appreciating your employees.
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Rockies fans have mile-high hopes of a World Series championship. The Colorado Rockies Baseball Club joined the ranks of Major League Baseball as an expansion team in 1993. Thanks to the rarefied air in Denver, the franchise's Coors Field home has developed a reputation as a hitter-friendly park where even ordinary pop-ups can drift into the bleachers. Colorado earned its first National League pennant in 2007. CEO Charlie Monfort and his brother Dick have controlled the team since 2005. FOX Sports Net also owns a 14% interest in the franchise, as does brewer Molson Coors.