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Educational and interesting.

Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)
Bristol, CT

ProsIf sports is your passion, ESPN is the place to work.

ConsThe promotions are often based more upon seniority than job performance.

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    A "Sweat Shop" environment and rampant nepotism

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)
    Bristol, CT

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    Pros: The technology, some of the worker-level employees are great people. If you're a sports fan there's… Cons: They demand a 12 hour workday of everyone who is salaried: from the lowest paid admins to the managers. Very high turnover as people… Advice to Senior Management: Start treating your employees with simple human respect, allow for a… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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    In IT side i had fun time at ESPN but however don't expect much in terms of pay or career growth prospects.

    Applications Developer III (Former Employee)
    Bristol, CT

    I worked at ESPN


    Pros: Worked for the IT department in North Campus, It is fun and relaxed environment. With TVs all around you… Cons: Lack of competitive pay and growth. Also felt like there is push to hire more and more rather than focus on getting things done with… Advice to Senior Management: Management needs to more open to promote talented hires. No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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