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Graphic Designer

American Direct Marketing Resources Chesterfield, MO

American Direct Marketing Resources is located in the St. Louis suburb of Chesterfield. Since the company's inception we have created, produced and… American Direct Marketing Resources

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    Current Employee - Graphic Designer in Chesterfield, MO
    Current Employee - Graphic Designer in Chesterfield, MO
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    I have been working at American Direct Marketing Resources full-time (More than 3 years)


    Sick time accrues. 401k contributions are above average. Office is pretty clean. Friendly secretarial group. Located in a safe area of town.


    You are a nobody here and your voice is not heard. Their hourly rate for employees is laughable, especially after you learn of their unrealistic expectations. There is no graphic designing, you simply do the busy work an outside writer's ideas. Everything is rushed at all times and a single mistake outshines the 99% of what you did correctly, and you are later written up for it. People hate it here and are constantly whispering to one another about how much they dislike the company, the managers, and don't care about what it is they do here because nobody cares about them. Employee moral is so low people do not attend company events and nearly everyone dislikes a good portion of their co-workers making a hostile and unproductive work environment. There is no HR department, just a party planner who nobody is comfortable to go to in fear that they will protect their own and oust you. There is no roon for

    Advice to Management

    Underpaying your employees does not make them care about their job. Make management responsible for mistakes instead of ALWAYS blaming "lower level" employees who are designed to take the blame. Actually put somebody in charge of the graphic department who is available for people instead of being unreachable and irritated with any and all questions. Instead of keeping people in their hired positions, why not try to help them build a career rather than doing a mindless-thankless job.

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