Entercom is coming to save your salary.
The company that is derisively called Exitcom by employees is previewing what’s ahead in a company that expects to miss revenue projections all year.
Painful cuts are coming.
I wish I could just leave it at that.
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- Why ex-employees are saying Entercom is “firing until the morale improves”.
- The slight of hand trick used to make it seem to the public that they are hiring instead of firing.
- Where the next cutbacks will be.
- What’s the last thing a company failing miserably in sales revenue should do? Entercom is doing it and will do more of it in the months ahead.
- My list of endangered radio companies – if you work for this companies, start looking elsewhere.
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