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Trixter Overview

Munich, Bayern (Germany)
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
Film Production & Distribution
Unknown / Non-Applicable


Since 1998, TRIXTER has been creating outstanding visual effects and digital character animation for feature films, television and commercials. From the early days, TRIXTER established itself as a major player in the field of emotive character animation, both for fully computer ... Read more

Trixter Reviews

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    "Toxic work culture"

    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Trixter full-time


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    Workplace signs of a toxic environment:

    These are some solid indicators that you're in a toxic work environment:

    Employee Sickness: Toxic workplaces lead to employee burnout, fatigue, and illness due to high levels of stress that wreak havoc on our bodies. If people are calling in sick or worse, are working sick, that's a good sign of a toxic work environment.

    Narcissistic Leadership: Your higher-ups demand that you always agree with them, tell them they're right, and feel they're above the rules. They expect everyone else to be perfect while they can meet lower standards.

    Little to No Enthusiasm: Look around the office. Is anyone happy to be working there? Is anyone smiling? Are conversations positive and upbeat? Is anyone talking at all? A ”no” to these questions equals toxicity.

    Lack of Communication or Negative Communication: You and others don't get the necessary information to do your job. You work hard with no positive feedback and no recognition, and you might even be told to be glad you have a job at all.

    High Turnover: When the work environment has nothing good to offer except dysfunction, poor morale, and sickness, people will start heading for the door to find a better situation. If you notice a high turnover rate in your company or department, take that as a sign of a toxic workplace.

    Cliques, Gossip, and Rumors: Everyone seems to be out for themselves, and there are no genuine friendships among employees. There's lots of infighting and paranoia as well as gossip and rumors.

    Advice to Management

    SOLUTION: It starts at the top

    Start with trusting people first
    Earn people’s respect
    Be compassionate to your people’s circumstances
    Give your people development opportunities
    Respect the way people like to get their work done
    Encourage autonomy of decision-making
    Let people be themselves (race, religion, sexual preference, gender, background — who cares)

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Trixter Interviews



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Getting an Interview





    Compositor Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Stuttgart (Germany)
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Trixter (Stuttgart (Germany)) in April 2017.


    It happened in two moments. Personal and after via Skype. I talked to the recruiter in a job fair. after that we had a Skype interview with the recruiter, Lead compositor and vfx sup.

    Interview Questions

    • They asked me about my Demoreel and what exactly I did on my shots, After based on that, my experiences and what I have done to improve my skills.   1 Answer
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