- Cedar Fort Inc26.Feb 2019
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyCedar Fort Inc
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former employee
- DepartmentMarketing/product management
Coworkers are great and supportive, management is demanding, unsupportive, and very difficult to talk with.
Management doesn't value employees at all--views them as disposable. They invite feedback but don't actually care about it.
The team (outside of management) was great--very supportive and accommodating.
Yes? They leave you to your work, but don't give constructive feedback.
The management has no idea how the company actually functions. I had to ask at least four people about any questions I had because nobody knew how things ran.
Most of the staff was female, but male seem to be more trusted by management.
Editors and designers will gain some great experience in their art, but there is no room for progression within the company
$12 an hour for most positions. A lot of work and very little positive feedback
Again, coworkers are great. Very friendly and compassionate.
We had recycle bins and did work to conserve electricity.
You were discouraged from going over hours, but to meet expectations some people work off the clock.
Some authors have a great experience, some have a really terrible one. The books are usually pretty good.
Employees are disposable. If you don't fit into the vision, you're out.
The employees with sedentary jobs work upstairs and there's no elevator
The actual tasks required of my position were not difficult (didn't use any of the skills I developed in school), but management/lack of relevant training made my job impossible
All Mormon, white, and mostly female from early 20s to early 30s
I liked the my coworker and our finished product
They don't know much about their market. They don't act like they know much about good leadership. I felt like the way they treated employees and authors sometimes was at odds with their mission statement.