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This is a good opportunity for the new graduate with no family, or expectations for compensation. Your Skills will improve and you should move on to better things. That is unless you get burned out here.
Working here over 80-90 hours a week. Constant verbal abuse from one specific person in the hierarchy . Without any feeling of job security, workers have turned to desperate petty distention between peers, and working endless hours without compensation or appreciation.
Advice to Management
Work on creating a hierarchy structure of people trained in creative management. Stop relying on those without creative management training, or pay for their training yourself. Wire frame job costs and time expectations using proper software and include into cost that structure. Buy updated versions of appropriate software. Remove ALL of the sales team from all creative or software production decisions. Compensate, and financially incentivize your workers for the excessive hours and holidays they work.
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