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TeenNick is an American pay-TV channel that is operated by the ViacomCBS Domestic Media Networks division of ViacomCBS. A sister channel to Nickelodeon with a primary audience of 12 to 17-year-olds, TeenNick acts as the merger of two defunct teen-oriented programming blocks: TEENick on Nickelodeon and The N on Noggin.

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chef/ bar/ server (Former Employee) says

"can be a good place to work in depending what type of people you would like to work with, not all of the team can be nice but the majority are nice, the company isnt the best to work for at all"

Bartender (Former Employee) says

"I was a friend of the owner years ago and volunteered to help fill in some shifts when this bar was still open but it had bad management and sold a few years ago."

Kitchen Assistant (Current Employee) says

"All staff is shouted at when the General Managers are working, most staff are bullied and belittled by the GMs."

Graphic Designer-Entertainment Graphics (Former Employee) says

"The Burbank production office was a cool place to work, but I had to relinquish all my art rights to work there. Anyone who considers this workplace should read the fine print on their agreement. The pay was low and expectations high. I felt like the screen door hit me on the way out. Cons: terrible boss"

House person (Current Employee) says

"very slow days not enough supplies barley any hours not the best place to work.they say everyone can only have full time but will only give 2 days a week Cons: no hours"

Production Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"I was an employee here a few years back. The studio in Burbank is VERY cliquey. Very much like high school unfortunately. No matter how hard you worked, if you weren't in really tight with the "popular kids" you almost had no chance for advancement. There are a few back stabbers that only care to further their careers by burning others. The work load is HUGE, which is fine IF they compensated accordingly, but they don't. Two years after starting, I was only making $20 more than my start pay. I still have friends that work there and they have told me just how unhappy they are there with recent changes that company has made to benefits and compensation. I will never look for employment here again. Cons: low pay, high work. lack of respect and consideration for employees."

Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"As in any retail job you have long hours to be able to make ends meet leaving you with little time for a social life."

Team Member (Former Employee) says

"just a standard bar job you kow what you are goig to get last minute calls to cover shifts ad asked to work longer wwhen its busy easy transport links"

Programme Manager (Current Employee) says

"based in camden, good work hours. company seems a little stuck in their ways and disorganised. poor annual leave allowance. lack of atmosphere in office Cons: location"

Various Roles (Former Employee) says

"Some amazing talent."

Intern (Former Employee) says

"The internship was fine and had some perks, but I wished my manager would have been more involved with me. I got more experience by reaching out to other colleagues."

event marketing (Former Employee) says

"i spent the majority of my professional career thus far with Viacom and continue to value everything i learned along the way and the incredible relationships built over the years. Cons: upper management, corporate morale, not feeling valued, executives who lose sight of what their role is as a leader and mentor"

Associate Producer (Current Employee) says

"Hi-stress job with no reward or sense of career progression. Management is slow and contains many layers."

Associate Producer (Current Employee) says

"I have been a permalancer for three years with the same group. My boss has never fought for me to become staff despite years of hard work, which is why I don't share a favorable view of the management or compensation/benefits realm. Overall it's a great place, but like anywhere if you get stuck with a less than favorable manager who won't advocate for you, it does not bode well."

Event Marketing Assistant (Current Employee) says

"Although the overall company is a great place to work, your experience really depends on what department you work for and who your direct supervisor is. Most people would think this is a fun work environment and most days it is. However, office politics plays a huge role in career advancement. Cons: office politics"

Digital Programming Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"Not enough career advancement or job security for freelancers. Could work from home, but poor benefits for freelancers. Interesting opportunities to work on iconic brands, but poor management."

Client Service Representative, Ad Sales (Former Employee) says

"I worked there right out of college. It was a great place to get started, but since I didn't see myself as a Sales person long term, I probably didn't have the right mindset to really thrive and enjoy my time there like I could have. Cons: can be really long hours when you're at the bottom, and very tough to move up"

Project Manager (Current Employee) says

"Mid level employees often get stuck with no room for advancement due to many executive level employees. The company is constantly going through change and employees are typically the last to know information."

Head Chef (Former Employee) says

"busy environment Cons: long hours"

WRITER (Former Employee) says

"This was a new kind of writing job for me, one that changed the way I saw the industry and its competition. Nickleodeon puts a lot of work into the big picture and a "multi-splatform" approach to linear television and video-on-demand."

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