School Bus Aide (Current Employee) – Lebanon, PA – August 16, 2017
The environment is friendly and you don't have to worry about a whole lot. You just have to be very responsible and handle things maturely. You must be gentle and always remember that the kiddos should be treated with respect as you would treat anyone else.
Associate Producer (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – February 20, 2017
It's a very fast paced environment and you work for very demanding people. You need to have something new and different to bring to the pitch meeting every morning! But, they have free lunch every Friday and the energy in the room is pretty cool.
Excellent place to start your career if given the opportunity
ASSOCIATE PRODUCER (Current Employee) – New York, NY – January 10, 2017
Do not pass up an opportunity with TMZ if given. It is the best place to jump start your career if you are into entertainment news. Also, a big outlet to various opportunities if you play your cards right.
Production Assistant (Former Employee) – Playa Vista, CA – December 4, 2015
Great atmosphere, friendly staff, and opportunity for growth! Had a great time learning all the different facets of the entertainment industry. Everyone there is passionate for what they do which rubs off on you!
At times crazed environment with an extremely temperamental boss
Researcher (Former Employee) – Marina del Rey, CA – April 8, 2015
A good place to work for a certain breed - those who thrive in a high-stress environment in which a lot of yelling and hand-wringing occurs, with occasional insults flying from the head of the company.
Counselor (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – October 5, 2012
I have assisted adult veterans throughout their daily routines on the acute unit and this is everyday that I have worked on the acute unit. I have learned that no amount of help is too small and the management team serves a vital support role and most of my co-workers are there to help also. The hardest part of any mental health job is patience and if you don't have, you will learn it.The most enjoyable part of the job was the smile on a patient,s face at time of discharge.
i have helped people from all walks of life
the negative stigma that people attach to mentally disabled individuals