And what is the worst place you every worked? & why? http://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/Don-Buchwald-and-Associates-Reviews-E331441.htm “Environment of Paranoia ” Former Employee - Agent Assistant in Los Angeles, CA I worked at Don Buchwald & Associates full-time (More than a year) Cons - Serious lack of communication - Clock-in, clock-out mentality - Overall negative morale - Upper management = case study of cognitive dissonance - Agents don't trust one-another, do not work in teams - Benefits are a near nonexistent; no 401(k) match, bottom-of-the-barrel health insurance, no other monetary perks - The word "no" runs rampant across all departments - Egos get in the way of truth and real problem solving, leading… Show More Advice to Management Get some real leadership in place, and foster a team mentality. There's a reason William Morris Endeavor and CAA have amazing clients. Happy employees = happy clients. “Negative work environment. Poor communication. ” Former Employee - Agent Assistant in New York, NY I worked at Don Buchwald & Associates Doesn't Recommend Pros Good to put on resume because the agency does well in other departments. But the theater department is a sinking ship - no communication and absolutely no support system. Horrible work environment. Unhappy people. Very frusterating work environment for myself and the person before me and before him. Bad energy - very low pay. Would not recommend this job unless you are desperate to break into the industry. Cons No team environment, no leadership. And from someone who turned down a job....... Reasons for Declining The salary was $25,000/year, which is why I declined the job. Are they serious with this pay? It was an insult, I don't know anyone that could survive in New York City on $25,000/year. It was a joke.