Senior Project Manager (Current Employee) – Sunland, CA – February 25, 2016
One of the best jobs I ever had. The pay is great, however the room to advance is not. The co workers are excellent. The hardest part of the job was the long hours. The most enjoyable part is that everyone is so easy going, and the work environment is incredible.
Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – Rangely, CO – October 20, 2014
Good side job or inbetween job. I couldn't recommend anyone makes this a career. The HR lady also loves rumors and will make sure to tell any future employer of anything she's ever heard, so just make sure you don't tell her anything and you're good.
As far as the rest of the company goes, it's a lot of talent being held down by business practices that are a good 25+ years old.
hour long lunch, paycheck never bounces
lousy pay, no insurance, no pto, no sick days, no holiday, no benefits to working here at all besides a paycheck
Business Operations Analyst (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – October 23, 2014
BMI is a wonderful place to work. My teammates and management team are wonderful and very helpful. We work together to get the job done. Flexible schedules and good compensation/benefits. A typical day for me at work consist of processing cue sheets, listening to music and a daily meeting.
Laborer (Former Employee) – New Baltimore, Michigan – July 25, 2012
A typical day at BMI included building several thousand small auto parts a day and trying to hit production numbers.
I learned how to build clamps used in Honda vehicles and several other small components.
Management was tyrannical and inefficient.
Most of my co-workers were high-school drop outs without drivers licenses and most had legal troubles. Some of them were very kind, honest, and hard-working people and they were helpful and taught me how to work to my fullest potential.
The hardest part of that job was the bleak atmosphere of the warehouse. When you succeeded in hitting production quotas, we were told that we could do better, rather than being encouraged.
The most enjoyable part of the job were the fifteen-minute breaks.
the schedule and location.
inefficient management, poor organization, no room for progress or promotion.
BMI is a Music Licensing organization. We represent and compensate songwriters on a non-profit making business for the use of their music in the public realm. My job was to research and contact businesses for the use of said music. My job involved a combination of phone calls, web research, business trips to various cities and any other means necessary. I left BMI on good terms with adequate notice to pursue alternative career options.
CTA Database Manager (Former Employee) – Fort Belvoir, VA – August 20, 2013
My typical day at work was to make sure that all tasks given to me were met. Things such as making sure that all databases and such were checks multiple times and updated when needed. Returning calls, emails and helping out with other projects that might need to be done in order to fill a task as a group. The hardest part of my job was making sure that everything was to my standards....I like perfection and like it done before I leave so I can focus on the next day with a fresh open mind. The most enjoyable part of the job is meeting someone that you helped face to face and hearing how you helped.
great work hours, supervisors were always willing to help if needed.
Manager, Commercial Radio Monitoring (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – March 1, 2013
I thoroughly enjoyed my 20 years at BMI. Typical day - no such thing in my department! Always something else to do and scheduling an exact day was difficult, but the work always got done! We had deadlines that were met and each member of my team kept up with their work as best as they could. Being a manager with a small team and a large workload was challenging at times but always rewarding.