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Sinclair has become a dangerous liability to our civic discourse in the United States, that probably effects their workplace. They have joined up to mainstream formerly-extremist messages, producing sound clips around the nation that terrifyingly feel like 1984 Orwell in bashing the "media" along with trump. This undermine our civic discourse when we can't agree on basic reality, and Sinclair teams up with conservative media peppering the American public with false-equivalences, self-affirming, paranoid, "both sides are bad" uncontextualized propaganda. I'd never work here simply as an informed American.

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Extremely hostile work environment! It starts from the top at Corp. They abuse and scream at managers at the station levels, and then in turn those managers abuse the station level employees. I had to sit on those weekly manager meetings and the good ole boys club thinks by degrading and screaming at you is the way to get things done! Total abusive treatment from top down! This company operates on fear! Every manager is in fear of losing their job, so they in turn micromanage and make it miserable to be around..run..away!!

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Sell to a real broadcast/news company.

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I was forced to leave for a family emergency.

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Usual health benefits

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Advance careers, give out more hours, have production meetings and no favorites. Everyone would get treated the same way.

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I literally cry daily before going to work. It is one of the most miserable jobs I have EVER had, but I have a non compete and can’t necessarily leave. I’ve always worked in media and that’s where my skill set is.

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10 I believe...I am fortunate to not have needed any.

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