Posted by Waddle McGee on February 02, 2011 at 19:03:01:
In Reply to: Re: www.q106.com posted by Hey, rih-tards... on February 02, 2011 at 06:04:45:
From my understanding, this is the case.
You said it best, it's a great company, but it's not for everyone. MWF has the tremendous advantage of not being run at whim by a bunch of suits in another state trying to please investors. The owners are right in the building and care deeply about the stations.
That said the people in management are mostly the same. Brilliant,
excellent at what they do, and get stuff done. There are some that can't deal their management styles, and most of them are not there anymore for one reason or another.
But if you can hit your stride, work hard, and produce results the company will take very good care of you. When a large part of your staff has been there for more than a decade, it speaks volumes about the company.
: Did any of you self-righteous braggarts ever think that maybe, just MAYBE, he found a better job? That's such a pompous thing to say: "the people that didn't like working for MWF have been self righteous spoiled brats with a sense of entitlement. And the people that have been let go, with the exception of VERY few, had MORE than two chances to do their job correctly."
: I know people that flat out didn't like working for the company. Not everybody there is p*ssing sunshine, and that's okay! There isn't a company out there that has a 110% happy employee rate. No offense, but I know people who were let go from Midwest Family because of budget cuts. Not because they were spoiled brats that couldn't do their jobs. Yes, Midwest Family had budget cuts and had to fire people. They aren't immune. Stop being a corporate suck-off. It's a great company for some, but not for all.
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