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"Where is the pride in product? How far can you push your people?"

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Former Employee - Engineer in Nevada City, CA
Former Employee - Engineer in Nevada City, CA
Doesn't Recommend
Disapproves of CEO

Pros

High technology in video distribution. You can learn alot when you apply yourself. Good place to start if your looking for an Engineering carer in video switching. Good if you are hourly becuase they will work you 60hr weeks.

Cons

Poor management. Employees never get time off without guilt trip from management. Resource allocation is non existant. Difficult to raise a heathy family with the required manditory work hours. Always under staffed and behind schdual on projects. Poor motivation for long term employees.

Advice to Management

Staff at appropriate levels, stop working your people into the dirt. Offer a future in the company for the people that survive the long work hours. Bring back the GVG standard in excellence.

Other Employee Reviews for Technicolor

  1. "Serious middle management shakedown needed"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Alpharetta, GA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Alpharetta, GA
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    In a time of economic upheaval, it is an apparently stable company. There is a sense of pride in Technicolor brand recognition.

    Cons

    There is no opportunity for advancement (not even the typical 3% to cover inflation) Management is misleading about this grim fact during the hiring process. They are also misleading about the opportunity for advancement of not only individual employees but also the status of particular departments within the company. Employees are actually discouraged from going above and beyond because superior quality work may generate more work for the company therefore putting more work/stress on middle management. It has become apparent that the company is just a vehicle for middle management to maintain cushy lifestyles with the least amount of actual work. Their complaints are always the same, "that's not my job, that's the client's job. " Clashes like this, between clients and middle managers inevitably affect client relations causing many lost clients and a stagnation in overall growth. There is high turnover in the sales department, in particular. Hardware quality lags behind other competitors causing a loss of new and current clients.

    Advice to Management

    Invest in superior sales people that will generate new business. Offer opportunities for advancement as an incentive for employees to perform better. There needs to be a serious shake up of middle management within this branch of Technicolor.


  2. "Large company with opportunities to move to different areas"

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    Current Employee - Software Development in Burbank, CA
    Current Employee - Software Development in Burbank, CA
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    Involved in many different areas, since it is such a large company

    Cons

    The usual downsides of a large company

    Advice to Management

    Better communication

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