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John D. Cullen
Pros – The opportunity to make income and commissions, positive work environment, can work from home in a pinch
Cons – Is franchised out in some areas. For the most part the franchises are nothing like corporate. They lack diversity and management doesn't always have the same skill level or emotional intelligence.
Advice to Senior Management – Never stop being accessible to your employees it's what made you wonderful.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – Use some decent gear, Crown amps, Mackie, Bose etc.
Cons – Horrible management, behind in technology, dangerous work environments, work your ass off to pay everybody else's salary etc.......
Advice to Senior Management – Wouldn't waste my time giving advice
Pros – The culture used to be exceptional; good benefits and a very good work/life balance. Things definitely changed after the merger.
Cons – Quality issues abound - current managers are far less experienced than the people they replaced.
'sweat-shop' atmosphere that prevails in the Fort Mill facility
Advice to Senior Management – Change or fade away! There are far too many alternatives to this company's services for their current attitudes to continue.
Pros – Creative environment, casual dress code.
Cons – There was never a clear vision or strategy for accomplishing business objectives. Not even sure if business goals existed, other than "Don't Go Bankrupt!" Leadership consisted of a handful of men with very little business acumen outside of Muzak who were all pushing for the most political power and were more concerned about how big their bonuses were going to be than trying to support their teams. Business systems are from the 1980's. No raises and no 401K Match in SIX YEARS.
Advice to Senior Management – Cut all the auxiliary products, and focus on being the best at ONE service, rather than being mediocre (or poor) at many! Give your teams the right access and visibility to customer data so they can become customer advocates. Your employees are your greatest strength, yet you continue to treat them like they are disposable. You have lost some of your best employees because of this!
Pros – Great office environment, 4 weeks PTO, fun products
Cons – Not much direction from leadership team
Pros – - great people
- flexible schedule
Cons – - commissions were constantly going down
- hard to keep up with the changing policies, pricing, products offered
- no 401K match
- lot of wear and tear on vehicle
- job titles constantly changing
- big turn-over
Pros – Cool working environment. Cool facility. Cool co-workers.
Cons – Less than satisfactory pay yet they don't seem to mind spending tons of money on flashy digital signage displays for the front entrance.
Advice to Senior Management – Get a handle on the company priorities. Treat your employees better and you product quality will go way up.
Pros – When it was Muzak, it was awesome! 160 hours of PTO from day one. Casual dress! Music overhead all day! Cool building! Awesome people to work with. Concerts, events etc.
Cons – Now that it has been bought out by what they say is Mood Media it is really being run by DMX their former competitor..Revenge is not the best word but close!
Advice to Senior Management – Lorne Abony! Shame on you!
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Pros – once a great place to work!
Cons – New Owners have no clue...
Advice to Senior Management – dig a hole
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Pros – Learning about the music/equipment industry.
Cons – Concur with all the other harsh reviews you read about this company. I took a job as an Account Executive for 6 months. I couldnt have been any happier about losing work but now I find myself unemployed past the desired period with no prospects. As the previous reviewer commented, they let you go with no outplacement care or employer support.
Advice to Senior Management – Show some guts and dont sell-out to the corporate bigwigs.
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