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Présentation de ESPN

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Bristol, CT (États-Unis)
De 1 001 � 5 000 employ�s
1985
Filiale ou unit� d'exploitation
Production et distribution de films
Entre 500 millions et 1 milliard $ (CAD) par an
Inconnu

Avis sur ESPN

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    « Good if you like sports and internal politics »

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    • Culture et valeurs
    • Opportunités de carrière
    • Rémunération et avantages
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    Avantages

    If you like sports it's amazing. Need to take a Day off to go to a game? No problem. Talking sports is part of the culture. Everybody there loves sports. Lots of different business units so there's room to move laterally and sometimes upwards.

    Inconvénients

    A bit of a monoculture especially since you're in rural Connecticut. The pay is crappy and inequitable - you can be doing the same job as your cube neighbor and making 20k less than they are. Political and somewhat corporate.

    Conseils à la direction

    Pay equitably. Have career paths to develop people. Promote from within. Keep up the technical innovation and sports friendly culture.

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Entretiens chez ESPN

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    Entretien de Associate Director

    Candidat à l'entretien anonyme - Bristol, CT (États-Unis)
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    Expérience négative
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    Candidature

    J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris +3 mois. J'ai passé un entretien à ESPN (Bristol, CT (États-Unis)) en février 2015.

    Entretien

    Phone interview and then in-person interview with the hiring manager. Interviews themselves were pretty standard (tell me about a time when...) but follow-up was very unprofessional in that it was non-existent. I contacted the hiring manager and HR rep repeatedly over the following months to get a status on my candidacy and, if I heard back, always got a generic "we're still making a decision" answer. There is a website where you can check your status in the hiring process and it remaining unchanged for, literally, months. Finally, through some strategic LinkedIn searching I discovered that they hired someone else for the role - which is, obviously, 100% fine. What bothered me was the lack of communication. I never got an official rejection email or phone call which would be OK if I had just submitted a resume but once you bring someone in for a personal interview I think you owe them the courtesy of a formal notification once they're no longer in the running. Just my opinion.

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Prix et distinctions de ESPN

  • Webby Awards, Webby's, 2009

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