- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Lovely campus (Yahoo! campus) with on-site cafeterias, gym, coffee shops, gardens
No office politics
Internet access (this was Pixomondo-Burbank)
Everyone got paid, as far as I know. It did not go down like Pixomondo-London.
10-hour day standard
No health insurance benefits (some had this benefit, but I did not)
No 401(k) plan
Pipeline efforts were highly appreciated by the crew and local management, but not by the parent company.
Pixomondo still exists, but it shut down Pixomondo-Burbank in 2013.
Advice to Management
When I last worked there in 2013, Pixomondo had only one official pipeline artist on payroll. The rest of the pipeline artists had to pull double-duty as regular artists.
A good pipeline artist can save hundreds of man-hours and thousands of dollars over the course of a project. I sincerely hope the parent company invests in pipeline for its future.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNegative ExperienceEasy InterviewAccepted OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Pixomondo (Beijing, Beijing (China)) in September 2011.
I have managed to spot the recruitment information on net and applied for the position. Got reply within 3 days but the entire process took almost 4 weeks to complete, which I will get to in a minute. Firstly, the company setup a skype interview with me with 1 of the producers and HR manager. The entire process was fairly simple and easy, common questions was asked and nothing too strange. I was approved on first round so the COO also wanted a chat with me in person, which was completed by phone. Once I passed the interview, the painful process started, because the company only have 1 decision maker. The interview process took less than a wait, but the decision making + negotiation took 3 weeks because the decision make was too busy to make decisions.
- What were the challenege you have met in your previous job in the similar role? 1 Answer
Salary and negotiation was done by e-mail. It was reasonable so it didn't take them long to make decision
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