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DawgNatio first started its radio show on WREK in 2008. At the time, it was an online show that had an average of 10 listeners in the Atlanta, GA area. By December of 2012, DawgNatio was in a new spot as the sports talk radio show for when the Wrecking Crew Radio Show failed to pick up its annual contract with no money to pay royalties.

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Love Love Love Dawg Nation but the new mobile app typically forces users to scroll down and dig for the most recent articles, and, on top of that, it doesn’t show a visible date on the articles. The content is organized by individual author/their column and not by how recent the content was published. This is a mistake. When we open the app we see the same top-of-page article for several days instead of the site’s most recent article (which most of the time we have to dig for). This is the opposite of the Dawg Nation website and of the old app. Users simply want to quickly check the app for new news/developments while standing in line or while watching their kids at a playground, and the idea of digging for undated new content requires more work than competitor UGA sites. I highly recommend reordering content in the style of the old app and the current desktop site. THANK YOU FOR YOUR GREAT WORK AND GO DAWGS! This is a simple fix. (Source:

Pay is very low for the amount of work you have to do... only servers get the most tips, host/bussers only get $10 each shift, no free meal you gotta pay, management will not listen to your concerns. Sometimes you're scheduled for work you come in and they tell you they don't need you for the day. Your shift will get cut early if there is no business coming in. They do this to save money on payroll. They will always over-schedule people but end up sending 1-3 people home. 5 figures in sales every day, but can't give an employee a free meal. Fun people to work around with, easy system, poor management just ruins it. (Source: www.indeed.com)

 

 

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