Production Executive, Surrey - April 18, 2016
The problem with this company is that they're outdated and the talent is exceptionally low. I hate to give such a bad review but I feel like its necessary. They take on great talent but are too afraid to learn from young and upcoming individuals. As much as you can learn from Voxpops, they could learn a much greater deal from their young and existing staff. They miss treat a lot of individuals and certainly obtain this horrible sense of old fashion hierarchy. The MD of the company is horribly rude and looks down at pretty much anybody below her. The head of production is all round a nice person but is completely clueless to the management aspect of his role. They refuse to take on new ideas from people and they state they're a "Creative team". The only thing creative about them is whatever the head of production thinks is good. Nobody else is given a chance to have a voice. All in all the atmosphere working here is like a doctors waiting room and people so suppressed down to even enjoy working with their colleagues.
I was a former employee of Vox Pops International. When I left they made me feel as if I was untalented and terrible at my job as a video editor / camera operator. After a month of debating whether or not to continue on my career path, I decided to ignore them and continue to do what I truly love. since then I have worked for huge companies and clients; now a respected video editor within my profession, I now hate that feeling which Vox Pops gave to me and realise now that I was mistreated.
Terrible company, Awful management and I wouldn't recommend working here.