Employee (Former Employee) – Burbank, CA – November 7, 2017
DC Entertainment has great characters and brands, but bad management. It's a poorly run company that does not look out for what's best for their employees. Things are always shifting under your feet. It can be a stressful place to work.
Pre-Press-Production Coordinator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 10, 2013
Trafficked all materials to various members for approvals and revisions of artworks and printed works. using a spreadsheet to keep tracks of all the materials I trafficked. I worked will with all my co-workers because I interacted with them each day. I also keep tracks of most of the office supplies and reordered whatever is needed. I make travel arrangements and proceeded their expense report for reimbursement. the hardest part of the day is when my work is delayed due to someone being absent or waiting for an incomplete assignment. The most enjoyable part of the day is knowing I have met all the deadlines and everything is working as well as it should.
DC was run like a family business while I was there.
Director Brand Management & Licensing (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 11, 2012
In many ways the family business was great. In some ways difficult as it was hard to advance because nobody ever left. The work/life balance was great as was the culture and values. At the end of the day we were making comics and pop culture--not curing cancer----so attitudes were great.