What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Sinclair Broadcast Group?
Have a firm salary and expectations for them. Hold true to those values and don't pass up on your personal life
Sinclair Digital is a profoundly hostile workplace in Seattle.
Favored protected employees are allowed to harass(dismissive, disrespect, and threatening behavior) and abuse fellow employees including shouting profanities without consequence.
Management team allows this behavior and is completely feckless to protect you and the HR team enables this to continue.
There are so many bad reviews on Indeed.com for your company. How do you address this?
The company won't comment on any of this because it's true they keep wadges low so they can buy more station your just garbage to them when I look at the reviews on hourly wadges people been there 15 to 20 years for 15.00 dollars what a joke shame on me and the other workers who stayed there to make money 15.00 for 20 years.
Sinclair has amassed alot of debt. I think because of thier massive debt the culture will become more hostile and stressful. The employees are already burnout and depressed. I think Sinclair is going to crash and burn.
It seems to me that Sinclair has a a lot of openings for Broadcast Engineers, my impression is that, there is a high turn over or they continuously recruit as to build qualified applicant pools.
Any former or current Broadcast engineers here on Indeed want to give us a a word up ?
I see this in every big broadcast company. Many engineers are older and retiring. I've heard of engineers coaxed out of retirement because their station couldn't find a suitable replacement. Many younger engineers are IT professionals who realize they can earn more outside of broadcast for less work.
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Sinclair Broadcast Group a better place to work?
Eliminate the bullying, fire abusive people, create meaningful paths of advancement.