Virgin Radio Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Virgin Radio launched in the United Kingdom in 1993. In 2008 Virgin Radio UK was sold to TIML, a subsidiary of the Times of India group, and the name was changed to Absolute Radio; the Virgin Radio name was not included in the sale. In 2001, the Virgin Group teamed up with an Asia-focused investment fund to launch Virgin Radio Asia. Radio stations were launched in China, India, and Thailand between 2002 and 2006. Virgin Radio Asia acquired a global remit in 2006, transforming into Virgin Radio International.

Virgin Radio has a toxic work environment and jobs are underpaid, an ex-employee working ON-Air Personality & Music Assist wrote on that he felt under-appreciated.

"I know on the surface this seems like it would be an amazing job, due to seven years of being overworked, underpaid and under-appreciated it became a toxic work environment to be in. I lost a lot of my work-life balance there and I’m looking forward to getting my free time and happiness back."


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ON-Air Personality & Music Assist (Former Employee) says

"I know on the surface this seems like it would be an amazing job, due to seven years of being over worked, under paid and under appreciated it became a toxic work environment to be in."

Assistant Promotions Director (Former Employee) says

"good place to work when you're fresh out of school, don't expect loyalty, it's an industry that focuses on the bottom line. Spent 8+ years of my lift there for little pay and smaller rewards."

Radio Announcer (Current Employee) says

"I find it hard to live in a city in which my job doesn't give raises often. Everyone is over worked and Bell Media continues to fire people and give the people who work here even more work resulting in people losing passion for what they do. Cons: No Money"

Former Employee - Sales Associate says

"I worked at The Source full-time for more than a year Cons: Staff turnaround is insane. You have to suck up to someone to keep your job. Even if you are terrible at sales and don't get along with your peers you still can keep your job if you suck up to certain individuals. Staff are greedy and no support from upper management. There are so many cliques in this company. The list goes on..."

Current Contractor - Content Reviewer says

"I have been working at The Source Cons: It was a great distance from town"