Mail.com Media Corporation
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    Company is still forming its identity

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

    ProsLots of opportunity for cross-department interaction
    Company is still forming its identity
    Management open to new ideas
    Medical, Dental, Life, etc
    Normal to flexible working hours
    Casual to Business Casual attire
    Sales dept. is in a growing phase

    ConsCompany has yet to find its identity, tries a new one every few years
    Management tends to withhold information from rest of staff
    While management will hear out new ideas, it will not reward for them
    Little to no performance reviews or assessments
    Constant campaign and project fire-drills
    Wasted resources, talent, and time
    Drawn-out hiring process
    No real job security as long as that position can be outsourced
    Tendency to see employees as only a temporary resource

    Advice to Senior ManagementInvest in your employees and company culture, encourage training and professional development, foster environment of openness, equality, and team building. Think about what your values are, formalize them, and then build upon them.

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    Turnover is high for a reason

    Web Designer (Current Employee)
    El Segundo, CA

    ProsBenefits were decent, and it was nice to have flexible hours when I needed it. When there were no projects going on we were pretty much on our own, doing whatever we felt like.

    ConsThe management staff seems to glory in other people's mistakes. If something goes wrong, they'll relentlessly seek out someone to blame and demand a dollar from them. That person has to sign the dollar, and the manager proudly tapes it to his office window for display like some kind of trophy. It's the most demoralizing thing I've ever seen in a workplace. There's no team building, and such behavior causes a polarizing "us vs. them" mentality between management and staff. This hostile work environment made me happy when I got laid off due to outsourcing.

    Advice to Senior ManagementStop the blame game. Stop humiliating your employees. No one wants to work in that kind of environment.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Worked many weekends and evenings

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)
    El Segundo, CA

    ProsAwesome co-workers who were great people.

    ConsHorrible management, fingerprint time tracking for going in and out of work? Formal Dress Code?!

    Advice to Senior ManagementTheir is a reason why everyone leaves except management.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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