A productive, professional and friendly working environment
national account manager (Current Employee) – London – 10 December 2015
One of the best parts of working for a company like Fremantlemedia is the sense of belonging to a great and wider team of likeminded people working towards a shared goal with incredible work ethic. It makes a typical day at the office fun and rewarding knowing you have a team of co-workers there to help, support and learn from each other especially when the hours are long and pressure it on to meet deadlines.
IT Service Manager (Former Employee) – London, ENG – 9 June 2015
Great people within my team, very informal, and the very best environment and industry I've ever worked in. I worked here on two separate occasions, and thoroughly enjoyed my time there. The first time around in 2012 was better than the second time around in 2014, as organisational changes had taken place, resulting in more politics, more red tape and bureaucracy. The department was great at team-work, and very supportive. Above all, it was fun, and you need to have a good sense of humour. However, there are those within the business that think the sun shines out of their proverbial, and whose heads are so far up their behinds, that they could probably chew their food from both ends at the same time! Overall, yes, given the opportunity, I would go back there and work for them a third time. Much better than anywhere else I've worked in my career.
Great informal and casual culture.
Organisational changes have created more red tape and bureaucracy.
Corporate Communications Coordinator (Intern) (Former Employee) – London, United Kingdom – 7 May 2012
FremantleMedia is the leading international company in the media industry. My time with the corporate communications team was very beneficial, offering me opportunities to embark upon new experiences and work within a culture different than my own. The climate of the office was one in which we helped each other and thrived off of each other's inspiration and dedication to producing the best possible final product.