FrameStore Careers and Employment
- Company size201 to 500
- Revenue£25m to £100m
- IndustryGeneral Merchandise & Superstores
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HR ADMINISTRATOR in Holborn, Greater London
on 21 October 2019
Fun company to work inGreat company with very talented and creative individuals. Friendly employees and all senior management are approachable, which is nice and refreshing. The current Head of HR creates an uncomfortable working environment in the office, producing very negative energy. It is unfortunate as overall the other individuals in HR make a great team! There is definately opportunity to progress further in your career for individuals in the VFX industry. Working hours are too long and there is no paid overtime.
Senior Compositor in London
on 9 April 2021
Artist Abusing HUBAs I have worked in all Big VFX companies in london and truely working at Framestore was the worst. Such political Hub not for artists.HOD`s and leads play political and not provide elements to contractor so work get delayed, So they charge extra to clients and put a bad repute to contractor. To finish get right elemnts in the end become star* such a cheap strategy.1-turning your moral down so they can lower your rate.2-charging client 10 times more by putting artist fault or complex shot which is not. 3-Something can be done in 3 days cannot be achieved in 20.Truely Artist crushing place with glass ceilings.
VFX Senior Production Coordinator in London
on 10 February 2020
CoordinatorIn production at Framestore, you are being underpaid especially with all the extra hours you do. You are not being valued for the hard work you put and it takes years before receiving a promotion.
Facilities Assistant in London, Greater London
on 25 November 2019
great place to work with great peoplewas a wonderful place to work , it has a brilliant vibe to it,. very nice and comfortable the people that i was working among were very friendly and helpful
Runner in Chancery Lane
on 13 May 2019
It's a productive and fun workplace everyone is friendly and ready to help.No two days are the same, one day it can be really busy and he other it could be relaxed, but there is always something to do. I learned how to manage my time well and how to work well in a team. The hardest part of the job is at lunch because you have to make sure that the canteen is stock up with enough cutlery, plates and cups and making sure that the plates are washed and dry for it to be used again. I'd say that the most enjoyable part of the day is after lunch because it isn't so hectic and you're able to get more things done for example taking out the trash, stocking up on general appliances and delivering items to other departments. FrameStore have a positive workplace culture no one is treated differently.
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