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Milestone Internet Marketing CEO Anil Aggarwal
Anil Aggarwal
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    Current Employee - E-strategist/Account Manager  in  Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - E-strategist/Account Manager in Chicago, IL

    I have been working at Milestone Internet Marketing full-time for more than a year


    You will learn a lot within a short amount of time here and your co-workers are great. This is a perfect job for someone looking to get their foot in the door of an agency and learn about SEO. There is also free breakfast on Fridays and the office location is conveniently located in River North. Job security--you will never get fired from here because they are always in need of employees. You can wear whatever you want. The dress code is supposed to be business causal but it is not enforced.


    There is a tremendous amount of lack of support from upper management and often times questions are not answered. "Escalate" is a common word you will hear often but it means nothing. The bonus structure is explained to you when you first start but questions about the earned amount can never be explained because the accounting department is always inconsistent and incorrect. There have been employees who have seen a shortage on their paychecks as well. Similar to other reviews, there is an unfair/unbalanced work load (35-45 accounts/AM) and no leadership in the Chicago office. Upper Management is very concerned with how they are viewed and perceived by the CEO and employees--very anxious and worried and always wanting to be the "most popular." The environment is unprofessional and people walk in late all the time. No one is held accountable. Upper Management acts different when the SEO is in town visiting and warns the staff to be on top of their game. Lastly, there are not many advancement opportunities. Although upper management will talk about the company as if you can grow fast, the positions are not defined and there a ton of empty promises.

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    Try getting organized and do not worry about the opinions of your employees. They will respect you more if you stop trying to be their friend and act like their boss. There needs to be a line drawn between sharing personal information and presenting yourself in a professional manor. Do not make promises you cannot keep.

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