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Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc., doing business as 21st Century Fox (21CF), was an American multinational mass media corporation that was based in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. It was one of the two companies formed from the 2013 spin-off of the publishing assets of News Corporation, as founded by Rupert Murdoch in 1980.

Jonathan Stempel for Reuters shared "Twenty-First Century Fox Inc has reached a $90 million settlement of shareholder claims arising from the sexual harassment scandal at its Fox News Channel, which cost the jobs of longtime news chief Roger Ailes and anchor Bill O’Reilly."


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Current Employee - Post Production says

"The Disney purchase has decimated Fox. Not sure what's worse, the fear and discontent or complete inaction by management. Disney doesn't seem to care for anyone or anything besides the Fox library. This studio is dead."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Terrible organizational culture, lack of management direction since Fox News took over."

Current Employee - Operations Manager says

"Don't expect any recognition, support, or even one single company perk. Expect to be overworked, undervalued, & unappreciated."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"poor upper management - not doing a lot to help inspire or motivate"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"No work/life balance Management does not understand the life of a single parent"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Management Systems Interface Everything is dated. It seems like a sinking ship."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Human Resources at 20th Century Fox needs a thorough review an audit. Human Resources Business Partners who have been with the organization for years are not in touch with current HR business best practices. Human Resources employees are terrified to complain because of backlash. A complaint from HR was referred to someone in HR to manage...What a joke!"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Toxic work environment for employees"

Contract Administrator (Former Employee) says

"You have to play the game here to get ahead. Know the right people, go to happy hours and get drunk. This work place is so inappropriate that it literally gave me a headache. Inappropriate behavior that you have to accept to be part of in crowd. My Vice President knew and did nothing. Don't work here unless you want your soul to be drained on the daily. The good thing is Disney bought them so maybe there will be a shake up in the culture."

Manager (Former Employee) says

"Run, don't walk. Management should be ashamed. Long days, short pay, ugly personalities. If you want to be undervalued and overworked this is the break you've been looking for."

Director of Development (Former Employee) says

"It was boring. I learned nothing. The management was bad. Workplace culture i have no idea about. Everything was hard. Nothing was enjoyable. I did not put anything as good for these people and 21st century foxNothingEverything"

Empleada (Former Employee) says

"Llegamos y comezamos ordenar las mesas , aprendí sobre como organizar un evento ,la dirección del lugar es Donovan 245, la idea es ayudarnos en equipo y ser servicial con la gente, la parte difícil para mi era estar de pie ,me gusta de este trabajo que conoces gente nueva y la gente se siente contenta por el servicio que damos.nobuena onda"

Manager (Current Employee) says

"Fox is one of those places that starts off great, pumps you up, and the moment get excited about the possibilities, they are yanked away. The constant change has not been for the best, and there have been massive errors in judgments. Not healthy and not conducive to positive growth.HealthcareDestructive work culture"

Editor (Former Employee) says

"Worked here for 15 years and was told no more shifts were available no loyalty and management has no idea how work flow is done.."

Financial Planning & Analysis (Former Employee) says

"Fox is the place where everyone can enjoy working here as the culture of the company, support and Management is great. As it is US based company so there is very busy and fast paced working environment which I liked it."

Manager (Former Employee) says

"This place is a death trap. Once you start working here you are stuck. No advancement and the benefits are terrible. STAY AWAY!!"

Publicist (Former Employee) says

"Publicized movies and worked on marketing programs for major motion picture company. Handled East Coast marketing and PR."

Master Control Operator (Former Employee) says

"High turnover rate (for a reason). They have just changed all the schedules here and made them all flex and unreasonable. Your schedule will be a ten hour off shift, meaning the shift day to day will be different with only ten hours in between, anytime. For example, you could get out at 1 am and have to come back at 10 am. Then get out at 7 pm and come back at 5 am. Good luck on safety and your health with that not to mention a sleep pattern. Don't even think about having a family or social life for you will never be able to plan anything because of the short notice of your hours. They have gotten rid of most people having even one weekend day off, even if you have been there for several years. No advancement opportunities. Management does not care in the least. Do yourself a favor and work at another Fox facility. The company is good, the division in The Woodlands is horribly mismanaged. Management is the problem across the board. Every head is married to each other which means half the management is there because they are married to someone in a high position, not because they are qualified. This is very true of the head of master control who is totally incompetent.It used to be the best place to work but now, I can't even think of oneManament is still there."

Fox Media Services (Current Employee) says

"There are a lot of really dedicated and talented employees in my area. There is a no overtime policy, which in itself is understandable in today's marketplace. However, management takes advantage of this by giving workers considerably more work than could ever be completed without overtime. As a result, employees clock out at what should be the end of their shift, then work several more hours to complete tasks on their own time. No one says anything, because, as you are reminded often, there is a line of people waiting to take our job if you don't complete the work. There is no upward mobility. Management hires outside the company for their openings, and often train new hires in a job they have never done instead of promoting an current employee who has already been doing the job. The lot is a nice place to work. There are many choices for food so you don't need to go off-lot for lunch. You meet a lot of nice people and work on top notch films.Good people and fun projects to work onPoor management. No advancement."

Director (Current Employee) says

"Each experience is different depending on the department and the direct supervisor within the department. While some may offer a collaborative, flexible environment, others are hostile."

Senior Digital Asset Manager (Consultant) says

"Poor Management and communication. Poor culture and Job Security. Not a place you can see yourself in the future. Typical corporate environment with no room to grow."

Time Collections Manager (Current Employee) says

"I really enjoy helping people so when I can make any arrangements that benefits both them and my company that is a very satisfying day. In my line of work you have to be able to read a persons situation to have an idea what their intentions are about paying or not. The hardest part of my job is when I have to take back the collateral because I know that means our company will probably end up losing money and the member will not be happy either. I love it when I can work things out with our members so that we do not have to repossess their collateral. It is a win win outcome.It's a jobNo room to grow"

Administrator (Current Employee) says

"Have enjoyed working here 15 years. We work closely together and have each others back. I enjoy the challegens of our daily job and look forward to the curve balls. Fox is a great place to work"

Sales Assistant (Former Employee) says

"We were paid a salary that brought us close to minimum wage to perform fairly mundane tasks underneath people who did not want to be at work. Management was strict with hours (5 minutes late was a big deal and lunch was STRICTLY 1 hour with no exceptions) & dress code - no jeans on Fridays even... Office is 99.5% cubicles with zero privacy."

Auxiliar de produção (Former Employee) says

"Rotina aprendiz a fabricar massa de bicuit os colegas de trabalho otimos parte dificil no trabalho era as barrikas, muito pesado1hora e 30minutos de almoconao fornece refeicao"

Materials Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"Terrible management in home entertainment division. Zero training zero expectations. Once that is set they complain about you behind your back when ask for help"

Fox Staffer (Current Employee) says

"My dept with the division - cheap, poor management, don't appreciate employees, execs egos running amok.job security - division so lean, they can't lay people off.so much work to be done, and they don't add head count"

Master Control Operator (Former Employee) says

"It was a master control operator part time position. It was minimal hours, but the pay was really low. I would not recommend the position to others because it was overnights as well."

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