Amusing Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Amuse is a digital music distribution service as well as independent record label founded 2015 in Stockholm, Sweden by entrepreneurs Diego Farias, Andreas Ahlenius, Christian Wilsson, Guy Parry and Jimmy Brodd. The company offers free digital music distribution and license deals to artists and independent labels, who retain 100% of their music ownership rights. Amuse is based in Stockholm, Sweden.


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Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I would recommend that any senior executives trying to write a review have their facts straight first. Try not to lie as it comes off as well...lying. Employees see right through you. So do clients and so do our competitors. People are leaving left and right and that's not because of a bonus. It's because of the poor management throughout the company. CPA is not a good place to work and saying it is doesn't make it true. The company is failing, clients are leaving, employees are leaving and we aren't meeting our numbers. This is only attributed one thing alone...our leadership. There are still several inexperienced and unqualified people that were brought on by the old CEO. It's not one executive, it's many more than that. So why lie? Perhaps you are one of the inexperienced? You have no idea what you are doing and excuses are all that you have. Try learning you job and doing it instead of using company money for your own personal use. Didn't, your boss get fired for just that?"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Where to begin. Avoid this company at all costs if you want to be treated like an adult and a professional. For a company that considers itself a technology company, employees are required to work in extremely outdated systems resulting in huge inefficiencies. Employees are expected to adapt to constantly shifting priorities and standards with little or no training. So-called team leaders are too busy or can’t be bothered to provide any mentoring or leadership to new employees until they start documenting errors that could be easily corrected with a quick conversation. I question the morality of any manager or company that terminates employees (resulting in loss of health care coverage) during a global pandemic when termination could have been avoided with a bit more empathy."

Manager (Current Employee) says

"constantly changing management too much turnover good benefits and manufacturing team difficult location for daily commute great 401k plan and benefits start immediatelybenefitsturnover"

Administrative (Former Employee) says

"Constant turnover. You either quit or you get fired sooner or later. CEO mentally ill and causes drama non stop. Very negative and critical management. men in charge are Incapable of even ordering their own lunch. A joke.BenefitsExecutive leaders"

Marketing Manager (Former Employee) says

"Management has to change in order for the company to grow. Toxic environment as it stands today. The products are excellent and are made well on premises. Middle management is talented but not able to fully perform job tasks due to micro-management of CEO specificallysalary & benefits are goodno communication"

Associate Engineer (Former Employee) says

"No leadership. No guidance in your job function. No progression in the company product development-wise and roles and responsibility wise. Almost no mentorship. All you do is what we called "firefighting." You go to work just to "mind the store", but every single day there was a fire that the whole team was needed to put out. ZERO stability in the company. Extremely understaffed. However, there were good benefits.People, can learn a lot as a young professional, good benefitsno leadership, no motivation, no progression"

Machinist (Current Employee) says

"its a ok place to work, lots of hours but not much of a chance to move up in the company. employees are good to work with and willing to help each other out when needed.not manyhigh turn over"

Assembler (Former Employee) says

"Place isnt horribe but i find it amusing that the only enthuziastic and positive reviews come from people in upward positions. I am assuming that the positive review of management in the rooms..including great atmosphere..kind and helpful..etc etc....has to do with the tubing room because needles is far from that. It is quite the opposite. And the lack of maturity and respect from management in that room is basically at high school level.Coworkers and company perksLack of maturity and respect from leads and supervior"

Quality Control Technician (Former Employee) says

"I enjoyed my time at rms medical. it was a fun competitive work environment that rewarded hard work and dedication. Management changed that over time. you were expected to work harder and receive less payannual raise, holiday partypoor managment"

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"I learned a lot during my time at RMS Medical Products. My supervisor was very helpful and understanding. The workers are very nice and friendly. The people were the most enjoyable part of the job."

Assembler (Former Employee) says

"The company had good pay, good benefits. I worked there for 2 years. I got hurt on job and they fought to pay workers comp. I worked in a clean room. Management for night shift was not there.Good bennifits full time job"

Builder (Former Employee) says

"I learned how to build infusing needles that are used by patience's who need in fusions. It was nice to learn new things and try new things. I just wish they offered more money.benefits"