Technicolor

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Thomson

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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA

I worked at Technicolor

Pros

was a great place to work, enjoyed collegial atmosphere, great benefits, good team structure, tuition reimbursement, and good benefits package

Cons

management was not necessarily employee-friendly,

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Keep strong performers happy through compensation and bonuses

No opinion of CEO

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    The mid management made it worth it

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    Former Employee - Mech Engineer in Indianapolis, IN
    Former Employee - Mech Engineer in Indianapolis, IN

    I worked at Technicolor

    Pros

    Experienced, team oriented mid management
    Great cross-training opportunities
    Great innovative projects

    Cons

    Self-destructive higher management focused on new acquisitions and quick turn-around profit
    Despecable HR leaded by "token" former local athlet having lost the concept of Team
    Innovative projects rarely converted to product because of CYA approach of group management: Patent and licencing is such an radier way to bring money

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Hope the Thomson stock crash from 20 to 0 € will bring a new technology aproach to Technicolor

    No opinion of CEO
  2.  

    Technicolor is full of friendly people and has room to grow.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Technicolor

    Pros

    For the most part, Technicolor employs good people. There are always a few bad eggs, but my experience has been exceedingly positive. If you show competency and perform well in your position, they're generally happy to allow you to move up within the company. You'll have to go a little bit out of your way to get noticed and receive acknowledgement for your good work, but management isn't blind. Be positive and assertive with where you want to be. The company is struggling to make some changes and become something new, and the plan for this looks ambitious and bright.

    Cons

    As I mentioned above, doing your job well every day isn't quite enough. The extra effort is necessary to get noticed. The organization of this company is often confusing, causing employees to not really be aware of what division they work for, and changes in the company structure are not communicated as clearly as they could be.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Better communicate to employees Technicolor's relationship with its parent company, Thomson. Clearly define the company divisions in the broad scope.

    Recommends
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