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Former Employee - Motion Designer in Washington, DC
Former Employee - Motion Designer in Washington, DC
No opinion of CEO

Pros

Good place to work. Excellent company.

Cons

lousy schedule. Overload of last minute projects.

Advice to Management

Keep up the good work.

Other Employee Reviews for Twentieth Century Fox Television

  1. "There are better stations in the area"

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    Former Employee - Production Tech in Lake Mary, FL
    Former Employee - Production Tech in Lake Mary, FL
    Doesn't Recommend

    Pros

    Most of the workers are friendly. Steady paycheck. Got the days off that I wanted for the most part. Respected schedules.

    Cons

    Terrible management. Very disorganized. Lack of communication between management and staff. Equiptment was never maintained which meant many headaches to the workers.

    Advice to Management

    Fire all of the management and start over from scratch. Get engineers that know what the heck they are doing.


  2. "Looking to "Fail Upward" then this is the place for you!"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA
    Doesn't Recommend
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    The benefits package was really great.

    Cons

    In many cases people "fail upward" or in other words if you plan on working really hard then you can forget looking for a promotion. Promotions appear to be reserved for people that are not capable of handling daily tasks or they fall in the favored category. In addition, some mid-management level employees are very rude yet upper management chooses to look the other way. Additionally, if you are minority the company tends to either not hire you from the beginning or if you are hired, you will more than likely be micromanaged. Execs are very tight on maintaining a low proportionate number of minorities in management positions. Last but not least, be careful if you wish to seek a reference as I've recently learned a former boss (who agreed to be a professional reference) provided a not-so-worthy recommendation despite my consistently above-average reviews. That was quite out of left field and very disappointing.

    Advice to Management

    Recognize that the favored few that continually "fail upward" are creating tons of work for the hardworking employees who are passed over in the promotion line. A motivated workforce can do great things for a company.

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