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I worked at GlobeCast full-time (more than an year)Pros
Central location, great transport links, close to other places you can go for interviews so you get out if there fast, that's about it.Cons
Unfriendly working atmosphere, working hours can change at last minute, horrendous management and stuck up staff that have been there for too long.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Your Hr department really should be dealing with the managers that keep hitting on women at work, this really is a nuisance and embarrassing to watch. Especially when they're married (the managers).
And then there's the people from accounts/Hr that are so out of order with their racist and snide remarks/jokes that I'm surprised no one has taken you to court yet.
Replace the old staff and management, they don't care anymore and are biased to people they know and are friends with. Many great colleagues have left because of them.
There is no scope for growth or any other moves within the company, as the management judge you for who you know, what you do, or who you sleep with. It's a total joke!
Glad to be gone from such a messy, backstabbing and close minded place.Neutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
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This company casts a net of satellite services far and wide. GlobeCast, a subsidiary of France Telecom, operates one of the largest global satellite communications networks from about 20 offices and 10 teleports (tranmission and reception facilities) in 14 countries. Customers in Europe, the Americas, Africa, Asia, and Australia can choose from a menu of services that includes direct-to-home television and radio programming, television for mobile devices and PC's, sports and event coverage programming, Internet access, and business voice and data networking services. The...