It's worth it. There are worse employers for which you do not want to work. Technologically, they have been upgrading their infrastructure constantly and have had much investment in their operations in terms of capital.
Has potential but employees are not cared for enough
Administrator (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – November 21, 2017
Lack of communication between departments, upper management does not show any appreciation to employees othr than tow bonuses a year. Pretty sure the employee retention rate is pretty low. Probably hovering around the 50%-60%. Seems like there are new faces every other week that last about six to eight months.
Music Licensing Consultant (Former Employee) – Manchester Missouri – August 26, 2016
Was a very bad place to work. The Management was very unhelpful. There was little to no training on how exactly the job was to be performed. The guidelines on each individual project changed numerously and in a very unproductive way. The atmosphere was borderline bully and very unprofessional for a office.
Copyright Infringement Investigator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 31, 2015
I answered phones, filings, motions. I interviewed clients. This was a great place to work my boss was especially patient in teaching me how he wanted things done which is always a big plus. The hardest part of the job was learning to gather the correct information instead of all of it. I enjoyed the job because I was busy all of the time.