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  • www.entertainmentpartners.com
  • Beverly Hills, CA
  • 51 to 200 Employees
  • 1980
  • Company - Private
  • Culture & Entertainment
  • $10 to $25 million (USD)

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Brillstein Entertainment Partners (formerly Brillstein-Grey Entertainment) has its eyes on the talent. The agency is a powerful Hollywood management firm with a roster of some 200 clients, including such stars as Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston, Adam Sandler, and Lorne Michaels. It ...

Brillstein Reviews

3.7
79%
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68%
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Jon Liebman
Jon Liebman
5 Ratings
4.0
Current Employee

"Great company to work for"

May 24, 2022 - Executive Assistant in Beverly Hills, CA

Pros

The opportunities you get here are incredible

Cons

The office space is dated

Advice to Management

Update the office
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Diversity & Inclusion at Brillstein

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...leadership lacking in many basic skills, no room for growth, very poor female leadership, management badmouths employees, culturally insensitive and protects bad managers, lack of diversity, HR not responsive or effective, surface level concern with changing company culture, obsession with power, lack of technological skills among management, shady business practices, bad for lower level employees....Read More

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Brillstein Interviews

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  1. Assistant, Floater Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA
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    Interview

    For what is presented as a marquee firm, the place is pretty shabby (though it is likely the power is in the relationships).

    Everyone is very casually dressed.

    The HR person is tough - meaning trying to talk you our of a job the whole time. Also, they seem unable to understand how the business is run (beyond staffing desks). A retired agent explained this as the result of HR being the lowest job on the totem pole....

    An inside source confirms that there is almost no promotion to the top here so that may be why.
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    Wouldn't you be happier somewhere else?

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...free food....

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