Material Control Technician (Current Employee) – Tennessee – May 24, 2018
Its a decent place to work with good benifits. Manangement could use some improving. A good place to get some work experience. The company gives incentives every few months to show appreciation to employees
Loss Prevention Officer (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – May 22, 2018
I think technicolor was a great work place by far that was my favorite job I cried when I couldn’t work there anymore that job was like a second home for me I didn’t how to worry about anyone judging me
Daily duties were simple and straightforward depending on position. Job helps one lear patience along with the skills required to do the actual work. The culture can be frustrating at time but rewarding, depending on the area one works in. The work is never too hard. The plethora of positions allows one to move up, if they are determined to do so.
Subtitling (Former Employee) – Burbank, CA – May 11, 2018
It was a fast paced environment where meeting client expectations was key. Always looking to improve turnaround times whilst ensuring quality of deliverables. I enjoyed the pace of things and the fact that you could see new movies before actual release (if it met with security requirements and you were working on the actual movie). Exciting to be part of the entertainment industry and understand the process of production of a film to post production/ Visual Effects etc.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Camarillo, CA – May 4, 2018
Major problem with corporate executives and middle management. They use you, then get rid of you. They have a deranged sense of who is actually helping them and who is not. They tend to get rid of the smart people and keep the dumb ones. Not sure if this is because upper management is insecure that someone might take their job someday, so they tend to keep dumb people.
Manager (Former Employee) – California – April 30, 2018
Technicolor is a household name that attracts the best talent. Unfortunately, it's not until you're on the inside that you can see the multiple layers of senior management dysfunction that cascades across the organization. They compensate well, but the trade-off is a lack of upward mobility and sometime nonsensical corporate reorganizations that result in layoffs... frequently.
Little internal upward mobility; fickle management
They worry about budgets and its so much work to be done to keep up the customer product employees have to go get pt or ft jobs to make up income living paycheck to paycheck. Its one supervisor there be doing workers wrong they dont reprimand her jacking on employees nothing happening
Cant bring phones in can go out for lunch stuck in building until we get off
Digital Operations Associate (Former Employee) – Burbank, CA – April 12, 2018
Not a bad job to start out in the film industry. Pay was too low to stay long term. Never received a raise in two years with the company. Lack of coordination between departments made things difficult. Benefits were good.