Poorly managed business model with zero regard for product, or employee satisfaction
Production Manager (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 29 August 2016
The initial company was built on a sound platform; product centric with an arsenal of competitive products working in unison to deliver new and exciting technologies. Today's MindGeek is far devoid from this, rather it is run by a roster of nepotist executives who rely too heavily on lower level, underpaid employees to make strategic decisions with very little praise and very little reassurance. Plagued by employee turn over, poorly managed business units (often a result of nepotism) and a loss of identity (no longer product centric), MindGeek is becoming its own worst enemy, and is beginning to succumb to the realization that money and greed over identity is not always the answer.
Has the potential to be great, but requires a great deal of attention from management.
Parking, nepotism, poor management, uncompetitive salary