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About the company

  • Founded
    2006
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    £25m to £100m
  • Industry
    Media & Communication
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Operational Support Engineer

London

8 days ago

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HR Manager

London

9 days ago

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Sales Director

London

13 days ago

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Client Services Coordinator – Hebrew speaking

London

9 days ago

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Commercial Counsel, Legal

London

30+ days ago

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Coordinator in London, Greater London
on 22 October 2019
Young workplace with little progress for non-specialist staff
It is a "nice" workplace, and probably good for engineers and people with similar career background. Most of the other staff are operational, and work with in-house systems, dealing with various stages for the same workflow. Scheduling/ordering/ingesting/managing/delivering assets. There is significant time-investment in teaching people how to work within the systems. However- there is very little training opportunities outside of the initial stages. Once you learn to do the job, you are doing the job, and that's pretty much it. There is little opportunity for progress and growth - the only way up, is to take on more work. Although the appearance of the culture pretty young and flexible -the reality is pretty conservative. Work from home is in theory available- but few people seem to use it. Some people seem to have flexible managers who allow for more flexible work times, but it's mostly a rigid schedule. As far as I could tell the biggest perk of the "young" company culture is that you get to wear trainers. The job itself- working with the systems is pretty routine, once you get to know it, which might be hard for people with a more creative background. The "young" vibe also kind of means that people who might have a health condition, or are of a different religious background might find it hard to feel fully accommodated, and are more likely to hide their needs. The people are nice- but there is a relatively high turn over, because people don't feel they can move forward, and leave as a result. It's basically a company which things of itself as a "nice, young, modern, international, cool" place to work in. This is mostly based on the fact that they have a nice office, allow for more casual dress code, and have snacks/alcohol parties once in a while. Everything else is like a corporate job from ten years ago, only with fewer development opportunities.
Quality Assurance Analyst in London South East, Greater London
on 4 September 2019
Productive. Good Team
Okay environment to work until amdocs took over. Nice environment great location in central london. Flexible working hours. Very busy at the end of the year
Media librarian in London
on 18 February 2019
Unstructured
Little to no department or inter-department communication, which caused several backlogs in what should be a simple and efficient job. Badly communicated workloads at all levels lead to missed jobs and incomplete workloads.
Programming Intern and DCM Assistant in London
on 5 June 2018
Very productive and fun workplace
Company is a great place to work, the people here are fantastic and easy to get along with. The only problem I've had is that the pay is not fantastic but it's a great company to work for a while and then move onto something different.
Music Programming Executive in London, ENG
on 11 April 2015
Great colleagues poor management
Great people and an interesting workplace but the management is top heavy and inconsiderate of the the engine room that moves the company forward, New business should not come at the cost of existing clients. There is alot to do on competitive salaries and advancement within the business, I can't recommend this company now but I hope they turn these issues around.
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