OUR VALUES AND POLICIES
Transparency, openness and professionalism
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I worked at iBus Media full-time (More than a year)
The co-workers are great, and the atmosphere is fun and kinda startup-y. People are young and mostly motivated at iBus. The communication is very easy, no boundaries to reach top management. Hours are flexible and as the company is not yet fully formed into a corporation and there are no processes in place, you work with a lot of different areas, so you learn a lot.
The top management seems to be inexperienced for what the company is going through - moving from a startup to a part of a corporation. There could be more transparency. Too many "managers", so the title doesn't mean anything anymore. The headcount is too heavy and not properly distributed - there are people who work weekends and there are people who come to the office to scroll Facebook. The salaries are quite low.
Advice to Management
Hire a good communications specialist - that should ease things up internally while going through changes. Make sure HR does their job - and by their job, I mean less gossiping, more time for actual people. Be more transparent with your employees.
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