- Work/Life Balance
- Career Opportunities
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I worked at Bardel Entertainment as a contractor (More than a year)
Good work experience for beginners.
Not many perks, no overtime pay.
Work with dedicated, resourceful and motivated people. Survivors, all of them. Great place for young artists to build a reel - lots of interesting and different projects.
Horrible pipeline across the board, not enough licenses, no overtime. Unisex washrooms are not cleaned properly and there aren't enough for the number of bodies stuffed into the studio.
Advice to Management
Seriously invest in building technical infrastructure so your artists aren't constantly fighting your pipeline and can concentrate on the creative.
I worked at Bardel Entertainment full-time
Have made many great connections - personal and professional
The social atmosphere is great
It was a fun place to work
Colleagues really looked out for each other
Long hours with no overtime compensation
12 month benefit qualification period
Expectations were often beyond what could be accomplished in a 40 (but more often 50-55) hour week
Not enough administrative staff to carry the work load
Pay was much lower than the average for similar positions in the same industry/city
I have been working at Bardel Entertainment as a contractor (More than a year)
Great range of artists, beginner to professionals. Flexible on hours. Ability to work on some great shows. Barry and Delna are great to work for. Contracts are long and almost always carry over.
Small teams with higher quotas. Lack of pipline support. Server and Pipeline issues often. No benefits and no overtime pay.
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