Madness Tonight is a talkshow group. We host shows and other events quite frequently. Here’s some information regarding our ranks.
[LR] Low ranks are the staff members who work during the show itself. Trainees, receptionists, security, and show crew are all LRs.
[MR] Middle ranks are the staff members who help to manage the show itself. These employees are supervisors to the show, host trainings, and are the managers to the LRs.
[HR] High ranks are members of the company who help to manage the company as a whole. While they may act as MRs in some sessions, they also manage MRs and conduct high-level business for the company,
[SHR] Senior high ranks are the top executives of the company who make the highest level decisions and run the company.
[A] Audience members are people who do not work for the company but are still associated with the group.
[S] Non-group affiliates are marked by S.
[D] Developers build and script the group games themselves.
[A] Audience: Group members who come to our events.
[S] Alliance Representative: Representatives from our affiliates.
[A] Noted Guest: Audience members noted for their status within or outside our community.
[LR] Trainee: An employee that is still training to join the team.
[LR] Receptionist: Customer service representatives that assist audience members when they come to events.
[LR] Senior Receptionist: A receptionist who has shown good working, teamwork, dedication, and reliability skills.
[LR] Security: Employees tasked with keeping the show free of disruption.
[LR] Senior Security: Security employees who have shown good leadership, dedication, and reliability skills.
[LR] Backstage Crew: Employees who help to run non-technical aspects of the show.
[LR] Technology Crew: Employees who run technical aspects of the show.
[MR] Staff Assistant: Assistants to HRs who help with management.
[MR] Junior Host: A staff member training to become a host of the show.
[MR] Host: A host of the show who spends their time on stage.
[MR] Management Intern: An employee training to join the management team.
[MR] Senior Host: A show host who has shown dedication, leadership, and reliability.
[MR] Assistant Manager: A member of the management department who may assist with trainings or assist other supervisors at shifts.
[MR] Manager: A member of the management department who may host trainings or assist other supervisors at shifts.
[HR] Board of Directors: A corporate decision-making employee.
[HR] Shift Manager: A member of the management team that may supervise shifts.
[A] VIP Member: A very high status audience member.
[HR] Director: A member of the corporate team.
[HR] Senior Director A member of the corporate team that has shown leadership, dedication, and reliability.
[HR] Business Manager: A member of the corporate team.
[HR] Administration Department: A member of the corporate team tasked with supervising the management and director teams.
[D] Developer: Developers of the group games.
[HR] Executive: Senior members of the corporate team who make decisions alongside the SHRs.
[HR] Senior Administrator: Senior members of the corporate team who make decisions alongside the SHRs.
[D] Senior Developer: The lead developer.
[SHR] Executive Operations Director
[SHR] Chief Staffing Officer: Corporate officer tasked with all staffing operations.
[SHR] Chief Operations Officer: Corporate officer tasked with company operations.
[SHR] Chief Financial Officer: Corporate officer tasked with fiscal decisions.
[SHR] Executive Council: High corporate officials.
[SHR] Chief Executive Officer: Corporate officer tasked with the running of the company.
[SHR] Head of Staff: The Vice Chairman of the company.
[SHR] Lead Host: The chairman of the company and most senior show host.