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17 hrs ago

Group Manager/Director – new

Weber Shandwick Washington, DC

The ideal candidate is a highly organized self-starter with a track record of developing and executing successful communications strategies and… Weber Shandwick

17 hrs ago

Director, Social Impact – new

Weber Shandwick Washington, DC

For the Director position, we seek applicants with specialized experience in communications on issues including social justice, education and global… Weber Shandwick

6 days ago

Design Intern

Weber Shandwick Washington, DC

include developing presentations, proposals, in-house design materials, campaigns, collateral materials, websites, assembling… Weber Shandwick

18 hrs ago

User Experience Designer – new

Weber Shandwick Washington, DC

• Create all UX project deliverables (such as strategic vision briefs, concepts, wireframes, site maps, content inventories, etc… Weber Shandwick

2 days ago

Finance Manager – new

Weber Shandwick Washington, DC

• Partner with senior leads in Washington to establish new financial models (pricing, utilization tracking etc.), as appropriate, to maximize… Weber Shandwick

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    Great name, great clients, not so great pay

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    Current Employee - Senior Account Executive in Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Senior Account Executive in Washington, DC

    I have been working at Weber Shandwick


    Great name, great reputation - the company is very well respected within the PR world and you have the opportunity to work with a lot of really high profile clients


    I don't know if it's an industry trend or just my office but the compensation is pretty horrendous. Very top heavy in the DC office with lots of big egos who delegate to junior staff. In some ways the junior staff benefit from being given so much responsibility, but the low pay / lack of recognition takes it's toll. Pretty high turnover

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    I think it would be beneficial for WS to examine the employee structure and find ways to beef up the middle of the "chain of command" so that VP-level employees and above can focus on running the accounts instead of managing 25 year old employees. Hire more Group Manager and Director-level employees with the understanding that they are going to be "in the middle"

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