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National Entertainment Network Employer Reviews

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work alone and freedom
Route Service Merchandiser (Current Employee), Texarkana, ArJanuary 15, 2014
really enjoy the day to day job, pay could be better and is misleading at times
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Complete waste of time - RUN!
Route Service Merchandiser (Current Employee), Lansing, MichiganDecember 20, 2013
Cons: very low pay, threatening and intimidating leadership
Highly unorganized company, management is constantly nitpicking and sales are drastically declining. Management adds more and more responsibilities while shrinking pay and treating employees like children. Very low morale.
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Good Company to work for.
Route sales and service (Former Employee), Fenton, MOSeptember 15, 2013
Route Sales and repair of Amusement type electronic machines.
Worked alone, in a three state route.
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Entertaining work that is challenging an ever-changing
Field Service Specialist (Former Employee), Albuquerque, NMMay 15, 2013
A typical days work at NEN consited of repairing, removing installing, painting, and wrapping games of skill. Duties also included shipping/receiving, inventory control and collection of monies. Skills learned: trouble shooting machines as well as Dollar Bill Acceptors and Coin Mechanisms. The management was present, available and eager to have work – more... completed. Co-workers were hardworking and willing to share ideas. The hardest and most enjoyable part of the job was learning the ins and outs of Rainbow Cranes, Kiddy Rides, Video Games and Bulk machines. – less
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Corporate headquarters - accounting
Former employee (Former Employee), Broomfield coMay 4, 2013
Pros: nothing
Cons: accounting department and executive team
Do not and I mean do not take a any job in accounting at the broomfield co.
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Worked my way to my position within the 11 years I worked for this company
Senior Territory Manager (Former Employee), Fairfield, CAApril 24, 2013
I worked for this company for the past 11 years. Through these years, I was a Route Driver, a Senior Route Sales Merchandiser, a Team Leader, and then a Senior Territory Manager. I learned how to run a route, assortment of merchandising, handled cash daily, worked in the warehouse, and managed a team. Everything that I have learned allowed me to grow – more... more which I made me a great trainer for any new team members.

Best part of this job is being able to work by yourself. – less
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Awesome place for independent work
Route Service Manager (Former Employee), Kent, WAApril 10, 2013
I loved working here. The most enjoyable part about working here was the staff was really amazing. I loved the management system too. Really helpful people
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too much for too little
Regional Service Merchandiser (Former Employee), Grand Prairie, TXMarch 3, 2013
Pros: working independently most of the time
Cons: never have time for a sit down lunch
up at 4am. On the move get home about 4pm. Go, go, go... always adding more responsibilities and lessening the hours you can work. Nobody is on the same page and females don't last long...
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It's an okay job
Unsupported employee (Former Employee), Mountain StatesJanuary 7, 2013
Company has too many managers that just don't care about supporting their team members.

A lot of people that don't really care about each other.

A decent job it you need one but don't count on being there a long time.
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Work more for less
Area Office Administrator (Current Employee), Portland, ORSeptember 27, 2012
Pros: working hours 7-:30 shift
Cons: health care, vacation time, sick time, working holidays
The work is typical office work, there are just to many chiefs, and the health insurance is not good, and the co. just cut all sick time, employees with 5 years in, use to get 2 weeks vacation now get 8 days. Management gets to decide what federal holidays we get off, and they have only alloted for 5, not the 6 that there is. In general if you need – more... a job it's ok, but if you plan to be somewhere long term stear clear. – less