- Current Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★
Dream jobs do come true!Aug 19, 2021 - Prepress OperatorRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
PTO, pay, insurance, profit gain bonuses, diversity. The CEO is a great leader by example and isn't intimidating. My team leader and manager are both awesome at communicating and not micromanaging. It feels good to be treated like I matter. The company is growing greatly and the opportunities are endless. Supporting the art world is what we do. It's an amazing feeling!
I honestly can not think of one thing that I do not like about DIY Media Group.Continue reading
- Current Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★Sep 9, 2019 - Marketing in Pennsauken, NJRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Executive committee who cares about their employees and cultivating a community within the corporation. Always expanding product and growth opportunities when you put in a serious effort. Everyone is intelligent, qualified, and wonderful to work with. Great pay, great benefits, and always looking to create a better workplace environment for everyone.
Timelines can become intense, as can workload (when things happen at the same time). There can be an issue of 'focus' (meaning too many cooks in the kitchen on occasion that can detract from overall goals, but people work to keep on top of this).Continue reading
- Former Employee★★★★★Aug 12, 2022 - Machine OperatorRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Co-workers (fellow factory workers), vending machines and cafeteria
Hard work will go unrecognized, ESPECIALLY for BIPOC employees. Over-time is expected; management will not be there! Management is lazy and the entire company is ran by those who are paid the least (but work the most). Expect to spend every waking moment dedicated to a factory that produces mass amounts of waste and at it's core thrives off exploitation.Continue reading
Well this is awful to read... At DIY we take tremendous pride in the culture we have created - one where hard (and smart) work and initiative are recognized regardless of who you are or where you're from. We have an engaged team of 300+ who do great things for our author and musician clients, and I think the proof is in the fact that we've been voted by our team members as a top Philly workplace for three years in a row. Is there room for improvement? Always. As a company we believe in Continuous Improvement, and we make steady strides to be a better workplace each day. But to accuse us of massive waste and exploitation is just plain fiction. Our waste is low, and we work on reducing it every day. And we're very proud of our total compensation package offered to team members - including some of the best medical benefits in the area. I wish that before you had left we would have had an opportunity to hear your feedback. Our average employee tenure at DIY is 11 years. If the things you mention are actually true I certainly do not believe people would stick around this long. Tony van Veen