Topps Company Employee Reviews about "low pay"
60% would recommend to a friend
(7 total reviews)
79% approve of CEO
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Updated 15 Nov 2023
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- 3.017 May 2022Product ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsNew York, NY
Flexible work life balance. Excellent colleagues, creative and passionate people. Awesome properties to work with. Ever since Topps was acquired by Fanatics, our benefits are significantly better. In general, the new ownership bodes well for our future. The added infrastructure will probably help Topps grow and improve.
Low pay for tenured employees. Incredibly resistant to properly compensate current employees, even when hiring new people with the same title at almost double the salary of tenured team members. Fanatics ownership appears to be competitive for new hires, but current and long time employees get screwed. There is a long history and deeply engrained culture disorganization, nepotism, and refusal to give the employees structure and guidance. I believe the Fanatics ownership can help correct this, but the culture is very pervasive and will take a lot of work to improve.1
- 1.015 Aug 2016Freelance IllustratorFormer Employee
Has access to IPs with enthusiastic fan bases.
Pay severely late and sent only after hounding. Non-monetary compensations damaged or lost. Low pay rate to begin with.3
- 1.018 Jul 2016Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsNew York, NY
Company Perks: movie screenings, cards, candy, mets games, free goods Good location, Very close to transportation: subways, path and buses
Low pay, bad benefits, no recognition, low raises, low or no bonuses, too many higher ups, too many unqualified employees and managers, bad human resources, very high turnaround, unorganized, mismanaged department expenses, treated poorly6
- 2.028 Aug 2020Graphic DesignerFormer Employee, more than 1 yearNew York, NY
Some people are genuine treasures
Huge turnover rate 'Teamwork' is a joke High school popularity contest No advancement Low Pay4
- 2.016 Dec 2022Customer ServiceFormer Employee, less than 1 year
Great office, fun events. Cool place to be in.
Too much work. Burn out. Nonstop tickets 24/7. Lunch break is unpaid so you have to make up the time or else you get in trouble. Phones ringing off the hook non-stop. They're always behind on everything by months. No ticket is ever from the current week. Pay rate is so low. Everyone in CS lives paycheck to paycheck. Couldn't afford to put into my 401k because I'd be broke.
- 2.05 Oct 2021Graphic DesignerFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsNew York, NY
Topps, on average has a decent work/life balance.
Much lower pay when compared to a similar position the industry. No clear career path in most job functions. Getting ahead here is less about meritocracy and more about cliques and cringe-worthy displays of self-promotion.3