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Howard Murad
25 Ratings
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    Evolving Place to Work

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    Current Employee - Mid-Level Manager in El Segundo, CA
    Current Employee - Mid-Level Manager in El Segundo, CA
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    I have been working at Murad full-time (More than a year)


    - Competitive benefits, 401k, salary, discounts at the Company Spa and Products - Excellent products - Beautiful Office Environment - there is a lovely kitchen, tons of space, a great seating area to have your lunch. Often there are extra treats left in the kitchen for all to share. - Working with internal departments - IT, sales, operations, education & marketing. All these departments have hard workers who do the best to support you and each other.


    - It's a very 'learn as you go' environment.' This could be a Pro as well - but often when you're new, it's more of a Con because you don't know what you don't know. - You're set up with the very basics and it's up to you to know what you need to do - not the best if you're trying to learn new duties and functions. - Additional responsibilities to your role are not always explained to you and again - you're left to work it out on your own. - There is a huge disconnect between the executive team and their subordinates. Often things are passed down to execute or as an FYI that are not explained. - Deadlines are often less than 24 hours. - Appears that Upper Management has hired people with their own agenda - as a result existing employees with more experience and tenure are not give a chance to even apply or interview for new/open roles. This seems unfair.

    Advice to Management

    I can only speak to my own experience - I often wish that there was a way I could ask for help without feeling like I should have already known what to do. The positive to this is that I learn a lot more along the way, but it can take longer and opportunities can and are missed as a result. Take time to understand that we do love our jobs, but that the immense changes have led to a tumultuous work environment. Team Building - bring teams together to learn from each other. Celebrate success, even small ones so that everyone can feel positive at one time or another.

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