LBC Studios FAQ

Have questions about working at LBC Studios? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at LBC Studios.

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15 English questions out of 15

April 17, 2019

How are the career development opportunities at LBC Studios?

Pros

Great work environment where we are encouraged to foster our inner entrepreneurial spirit. This is a place where you dictate your own success and take ownership of what you do. Everyone is extremely supportive, collaborative, and most of all, awesome! Your potential is limitless here and the opportunity for career and personal growth is boundless. New, fresh ideas are encouraged always welcomed.

Cons

You must be a self starter and be able to answer the bell when duty calls. Although the hours may be flexible, you will need to make yourself available in times of an emergency.

Advice to Management

Office needs a bigger fridge.

Your potential is limitless here and the opportunity for career and personal growth is boundless.

April 17, 2019

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March 21, 2019

How are senior leaders perceived at LBC Studios?

Pros

- Creative freedom. A lot of trust from upper management to make big design decisions. - Excellent work/life balance - Fun, friendly culture

Cons

- Can't think of anything major

A lot of trust from upper management to make big design decisions.

March 21, 2019

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March 5, 2019

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at LBC Studios?

Pros

- Flexible hours - Open communication and high levels of transparency reinforced in our studio values - Competitive compensation with a rare list of perks including vacation, sick, and personal days - Scrappy start-up feel but strong business focus and care - Lots of room to self-improve, and management is very much interested in building a culture around personal and professional growth - Mistakes and processes are regularly reviewed, and those discussions are encouraged - Not a place where you can coast - Strong desire from management to recognize the value of their people

Cons

- We learn by failing, and we've had our share of failures to date - Weed-focused games not for everyone (but anyone working in games should have learned this lesson immediately) - Remote nature of much of our work can be a double-edged sword--if you aren't a strong communicator, you may hurt the team and your prospects here, and this opens the door to mistakes and miscommunications

Advice to Management

- Keep growing with care, listening to your people, and fostering an environment where we feel valued and can speak up

up feel but strong business focus and care

March 5, 2019

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November 11, 2018

How is management perceived at LBC Studios?

Pros

Free snacks, Coffee, and great learning opportunities.

Cons

Higher QA management expects way too much and does very little testing, very political work environment, very little room to grow or move up, heavily self starter, and benefits are a flat number instead of % based.

Advice to Management

Do the actual testing you expect other testers to do and rethink your position

Higher QA management expects way too much and does very little testing, very political work environment, very little room to grow or move up, heavily self starter, and benefits are a flat number instead of % based.

November 11, 2018

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March 26, 2019

Are employees at LBC Studios generally happy and/or satisfied?

Pros

Understanding and supportive management structure. LBC is unlike any studio I've ever worked at before. We help each other, support each other and approach issues as a team. When I started at LBC we needed to do a large restructure of internal systems, since that time it's been a pleasure working with all of my co-workers and even though we've faced a lot of challenges it feels more like family than work.

Cons

You get more than enough rope to hang yourself with so you better be willing to work hard and deal with any shortcomings you may have. Not a company for those that need others to do their work for them.

Advice to Management

Keep up the strong support of staff, it's appreciated and helps this studio stand out amongst others.

When I started at LBC we needed to do a large restructure of internal systems, since that time it's been a pleasure working with all of my co

March 26, 2019

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