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Associate Product Manager (Current Employee)
New York, NY

ProsIf you are passionate in sports and want to make a difference in the way Fans see it, it only takes a knock on a door to make he pitch.

Conssalaries are low and the opportunity for career advancement has slowed down. there is an unfair advantage between managers and company perspective.

Advice to Senior Managementyou should make sure your direct reports can advance or the product and team camaraderie may suffer which will effect the overall product / efforts.

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    Graphics Systems Developer I (Current Employee)
    Bristol, CT

    I have been working at ESPN


    Pros: - opportunity to grow - smart co-workers - team environment - worldwide leader… Cons: - very competitive - some huge egos - employees on lower levels… Advice to Senior Management: Take a hands-on approach to knowing what your workers are doing rather… Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend More
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    Associate Director Technology (Former Employee)
    Bristol, CT

    I worked at ESPN


    Pros: Lot of employees really work hard for the company Cons: There is an old boys network their that makes it… Advice to Senior Management: I know the company is 32 years old and many of the management was there from… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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