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    The majority of the people are absolutely fantastic, talented, and genuine. The fast-paced environment keeps you on your toes and helps you grow as a professional.


    Managers are not trained and lack the basic skills needed to effectively manage. Gossip isn't just a part of the daily trend but rather in the blood of the company and it starts from the top. Emotions run wild, and, as said by a female employee who still works there, "there are too many emotional women running this company and making slapdash decisions." Glenn never allows a vision to be completed before he comes up with another plan; thus so many people work aimlessly on countless projects without any reward or recognition. No one gets credit for the work they do; producers, editors, and graphics artists are simply cogs in a machine - they are almost all essential yet are treated as dispensable. There are two types of people...One, the employee who is always stressed out and worried about the company falling apart...Two, the employee with no sense of reason or logic who thinks that everything Glenn does is brilliant - they kiss his but unceasingly in hopes of being his "flavor of the month" as often as possible...meanwhile those actually performing for the company, producing content, and maintaining the daily operations get screwed day in and out.

    Advice to Management

    Take some training courses in leadership and management. Take some lessons from Eric Pearce and Sarah Carson. Humble yourself and do the right thing rather than watching your rear end and playing politics all the time.

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