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Endemol Shine Group B.V. (stylized as EndemolShineGroup) was a Dutch production and distribution company of scripted and non-scripted content, responsible for programmes such as Big Brother, Deal or No Deal, The Money Drop, Fear Factor, The Voice, MasterChef, Your Face Sounds Familiar, Peaky Blinders, Black Mirror, Humans, Grantchester and Tin Star.In 2018, Endemol Shine Group had 700 productions

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Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Current structure is a shell with the holding company just waiting for Idol to wrap up before closing the doors. Current leadership (a stretch to use that word) is a joke."

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"Very negative and abusive environment. No respect for individuals. Some senior crew and DPs are extremely abusive and pass lewid comments, they won't think twice to assassinate your character at the word go."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"The Endemol Shine workplace is very cliquey and fake. Some people put on a front to be friendly to your face but then talk badly behind your back. This makes the work place very toxic! HR are not to be trusted as they will just tell all your personal matters to people in their friendship group. Additionally the talent team only help who they like."

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"Your longevity in the company is based on whether or not people like you, not your actual work or performance; not to mention you work soul-sucking hours and have to deal with the gargantuan egos of people who are likely not even qualified to have the positions they hold but rather, they're just connected to the executive producers of the company or great at sucking up."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Management often didnt communicate with the staff."

Former Employee - Executive Assistant says

"There's no room for growth and the pay is below average. Benefits are fine, but nothing to write home about."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Pushed to save money effecting on screen content."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"There is no path for growth at Endemol. Upper-level execs seem to be complacent with the status quo or are oblivious to the fact that they are burning out their lower and mid-level employees with under-market payscale and very little room for advancement or training. There is a lot of talent within the company but they have "seen the light" and are leaving to find advancement at other companies. I would have stayed and made Endemol my home if I hadn't started feeling like I was being undervalued and overworked. Benefits are great. Words are great. But they need to back their words up with actions or they are going to have to continue re-hiring. The people they hire next will either be greener to match the payscale or Endemol will have to eat the losses for hiring talented people who won't work for less than what they're worth. Other than that, it is truly a phenomenal place to work."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Entry-level employees are severely underpaid, especially considering cost of living Executives are allowed to burn through assistants No performance reviews Managers seem to be concerned with their own egos and place in the company, and don't give clear training or feedback to their direct hires"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Very low pay, difficult to move up financially"

Production Team Member (Former Employee) says

"Thoroughly enjoyed my time at Endemol, it's got a great culture and the work is fun! Great location too, I live in West so it's nice to commute in and out of the city."

Misherman says

"Arbitrarily claims copyright on YouTube videos completely unrelated to the company."

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