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I worked at MPC full-time (More than 5 years)
Talented artists, effective operations teams, clever engineers and developers, occasional opportunities for innovation and creativity.
Strongly biased in favor of sycophants and English transplants, venal and condescending management, no interest in taking risks, little incentive to innovate, minimal investment in the future, low pay, long hours, bizarre expectations of gratitude for being able to work in a dysfunctional environment.
Advice to Management
A lot of people in positions of authority have no idea how to manage, are given little to no opportunity for professional
development, and seem to have ended up where they are through the "septic tank" principle (that all the really big sh*ts float to the top); business model uses an approach that lurches from crisis to crisis, where everything is constantly on fire -- better planning and more effective leadership would help, "decisive" is not a dirty word.
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They left a voicemail saying they were from MPC and wanted to talk about the Runner position. I called back. They asked simple questions. After they said they would call back to schedule an interview on Friday, but they never called so I called them. Didn't answer so I left a message and they didn't even call back.