The people of the company were very and the employees were knowledgeable in the areas of interest; however, the government impeded process, work performance, production, and interfered with company decisions. This affected employee morale and job security.
Didn't have to pay for parking
Government interference with contractor policy and decisions
Senior technical engineer (Current Employee) – New York, NY – March 21, 2017
Overall CBS is a good company to work for. The pay is fair and benefits are good and a lot of the people who work there are nice. Dealing with the different sub divisions can be frustrating. My team is also understaffed, making it difficult to perform our day to day and do projects at the same time.
Producer (Former Employee) – Odessa, TX – March 18, 2017
Working for TV news can be hectic but it is also very rewarding. EACH DAY is very different and presents new challenges. It is necessary to learn balance and patience but also have the ability to work fast and think on your feet.
Tech and trainer (Former Employee) – Stamford, CT – March 2, 2017
They provided Car, Phone and other training to better advance my skills set. I was also given a large area to work in like New Jersey, Connecticut and N.Y. Westchester. We all got along very well and that was just fine to me. Can not ask for more.
Resident Specialist (Former Employee) – Waverly, IA – March 2, 2017
This job wasn't full time and the hours were all evening hours. I liked all the staff I worked with , and the residents as well. I met alot of neat people and have continue to see some of the residents where I work now.
Production Assistant (Former Employee) – Washington, DC 20566 – February 1, 2017
5 Stars! Been singing there for years and all of their productions are extra amazing, the staff is great, they always take the time to teach new production assistants their craft, the shows in itself are extremely well prepared and rehearsed, and everything about CBS is worth it.
Promotions Assistant/ Social Media Marketer (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – January 18, 2017
A typically day of work consist of going out to events and promoting the brands of CBS Radio. For example, last week I worked the Lo Cash Concert at House of Blues. We typically have deals with local venues and we go out and interact with the listeners. We play games and keep the social media pages updated through out the night.
National Sales Assistant & Team Lead (Current Employee) – West Sacramento, CA – January 5, 2017
There is always something new to learn every day along with new people to meet as the news and media industry is always changing. The great part about working in this environment is that there is always a sense of "team". If we made decisions based on how to only help ourselves, then the whole thing comes crumbling down. Depending on where you see yourself, there isn't too much room for advancement as they don't want to lose good workers in those positions