Mainframe Studios Senior Leadership FAQ

Read what Mainframe Studios employees think about senior leadership and the CEO at the company.

Mainframe Studios has a Senior Management rating of 3.7, and Michael Hirsh, the CEO of Mainframe Studios, has an approval rating of 92% across the organisation.

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January 29, 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at Mainframe Studios?

Pros

- no micromanaging/babysitting - great artists and coworkers - interesting project

Cons

i've heard it depends on the show you're on, so, grain of salt for the cons, but in my experience: - they don't offer paid overtime, but then don't have a plan for when people get sick/go on vacation - poor leadership, and condescending management while somehow being also totally ineffectual - feels like leadership doesn't care about the work, depressing and demotivating - poor communication, important information withheld, distrust with management, scare tactics - everything feels bare-minimum: salary, benefits, outdated and cheap equipment/software, which doesn't make you feel very valued

Advice to Management

hire motivated, passionate, and transparent leadership. artists aren't babies and don't need to be talked down to, treat people like people. hire good leadership and stop cutting corners.

feels like leadership doesn't care about the work, depressing and demotivating

January 29, 2020

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January 29, 2020

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

Pros

- no micromanaging/babysitting - great artists and coworkers - interesting project

Cons

i've heard it depends on the show you're on, so, grain of salt for the cons, but in my experience: - they don't offer paid overtime, but then don't have a plan for when people get sick/go on vacation - poor leadership, and condescending management while somehow being also totally ineffectual - feels like leadership doesn't care about the work, depressing and demotivating - poor communication, important information withheld, distrust with management, scare tactics - everything feels bare-minimum: salary, benefits, outdated and cheap equipment/software, which doesn't make you feel very valued

Advice to Management

hire motivated, passionate, and transparent leadership. artists aren't babies and don't need to be talked down to, treat people like people. hire good leadership and stop cutting corners.

no micromanaging/babysitting

January 29, 2020

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