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- 4.0Feb 20, 2016Digital Development DirectorCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsCasselberry, FL
Freedom to develop solutions how you would like (if you're a developer). Opportunity to get paid to learn new skills on the job, and then use them in future projects.
The CEO can be erratic, sometimes irrational (especially with female employees) and is very stubborn about everything. He is very controlling, and everything must go through him. Often times in the Design department, things are held up because he doesn't provide approval on assets in a timely fashion. He takes long breaks, and often doesn't show up for work. This is disruptive to company fluidity.7