Fuse Interactive Reviews
Pros – great people, everyone is commited to getting the job done, but also relaxed and informal...work hard play hard pretty much.
Cons – since its a small company its more feast or famine, the time i was there they were perfoming great but i heard that in the past they hit some road bumps. I believe this company will continue to do great.
Advice to Senior Management – have the 401k start matching, health benefits seemed a little lacking too. bah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – Small shop, everyone knows each other. Most people are friendly. The location is great, close to the beach. Relaxed dress environment, flip-flops and shorts are just fine. The management is not picky about what your doing during the day, people usually aren't looking over your shoulder and barking orders. Most employees are respectful of one another. Good place for someone looking to get off the corporate grind and camp for some time. Clients are decent when there is diversity. Depending on what department your in, management is open to new things
Cons – Narrow focus on specific clients, often leading to dissatisfaction among talented and creative people. Some employees with promising potential are pigeonholed into specific roles in order to keep the work flowing. Hard to keep growing once you hit a certain point, unless someone leaves. At that point, it's probably good to move on.
Advice to Senior Management – Don't let clients(the big green K) rule your shop. Either you run your firm or someone with money will come in and take it over because they know you need the cash, and treat the employees accordingly. Don't let the ceiling of your team members or clients hold you back from becoming better, be open to change. One or two main clients can only last so long. Recognize the talent you employ and their ability to give your shop some momentum.. offer them ownership and decision making, eventually they'll feel the need to keep growing and start looking elsewhere. That's ok, people grow and change.