Site Supervisor for M93A1 (Former Employee) – McLean, VA – October 25, 2015
The Company is actually V.F. Warner and Assoc. working as a FOX maintenance site supervisor. The computer data automatically retrieved incorrect data from the input of my resume.
Enjoyed close working relationships with the Officers and Enlisted Soldiers.
The hardest part of the job included being aware of my surroundings and making sure everyone was safe and understood the safety aspects of the jobs, including a controlled HAZMAT area, running vehicles, etc
Enjoyable parts of the job include being proud of a safe working environment. Also teaching young men and women new things. Also feeling pride by being part of military readiness.
Teaching people new things-Having pride in your job
Continuous Change - Not Necessarily for the Better
Manager (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – October 24, 2017
Fox is one of those places that starts off great, pumps you up, and the moment get excited about the possibilities, they are yanked away. The constant change has not been for the best, and there have been massive errors in judgments. Not healthy and not conducive to positive growth.
Prime Anchor (Former Employee) – Portland, ME – October 16, 2017
Typical day involved news gathering, editing and performing. It was a fast past exciting local newsroom that I helped build from scratch. Great people, wide age range. Different cultures, viewpoints and experiences.
Package Handler/Sorter (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – October 11, 2017
The company culture is very friendly and open in most of the departments. I would say FOX sports is where you will find the nicest people on the lot. However in my position the most difficult part is dealing with my supervisors.
Development Associate - Film (Current Employee) – Century City, CA – September 28, 2017
20th Century Fox is a great place. To work in TV and Film development has be challenging and exciting at the same time. No day is like the last and you will always learn new and exciting ways to better yourself as an employee.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Century City, CA – September 26, 2017
This was a great work environment filled with nice people and people that were willing to help me learn the business. I truly miss this place. I worked here after school in high school and my typical day was doing clerical office duties.
Music Coordinator & Administrative Intern (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – September 22, 2017
The team at Fox Sports and in general 20th Century Fox is an amazing place to work. They really care about their interns and take time to let you live the studio lifestyle and learn in that environment. I would recommend their intern program to anyone.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 18, 2017
We were paid a salary that brought us close to minimum wage to perform fairly mundane tasks underneath people who did not want to be at work. Management was strict with hours (5 minutes late was a big deal and lunch was STRICTLY 1 hour with no exceptions) & dress code - no jeans on Fridays even... Office is 99.5% cubicles with zero privacy.
National Sales Coordinator (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 28, 2017
great career start, but better opportunities. the people here are friendly and welcoming. the management is great. the downfall is when a new training program starts and possibility of moving without knowing until 2 weeks prior to your move
Great opportunities, great overall vision, energetic workplace
Senior Technical Analyst, Fox Legal Department (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 12, 2017
I worked for Fox for 25 years, and grew tremendously as a technician and manager as well as a human being. It is a challenging culture, some issues, but everywhere you work has such issues. I would recommend Fox if the culture is suitable to your temperament.
Great benefits, employee activities and opportunities, good salary, training is encouraged
Long hours at times, not all management personnel are with the company vision, too many micro managers, some short-sightedness on certain business approaches
Vice President of Post Production (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – July 31, 2017
My crazy day in Post Production was usually 14 to 17 hours a day. That included watching one complete film at least twice a day or more. And being in the Zanic sound mixing theater, the sound design team would play and stop, play and stop, play and stop the film to add sound and effects here and there. The producer of the film was usually in the theater with us the entire time and he or she would direct the sound team on how they wanted certain effects how they wanted them.
Great money and a great place to work
Very long hours and big expectations. If you can't do the job, they will quickly find someone else who can.