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30+ days ago

Senior Manager Market Research

American Express United Kingdom

We believe that the voice of the customer is the foundation to our growth. We have an exciting opportunity for you to use your skills to uncover the… American Express

10 days ago

Senior Manager -Marketing GBT UK

American Express London, England

This role is within American Express Global Business Travels Prospect Marketing Team. The team has a global remit to develop robust programs to… American Express

2 days ago

Manager / Senior Manager - Marketing, Retail Acquisition – new

American Express New York, NY

This is an exciting opportunity to play a key role in driving further growth in some of the most innovative and fastest growing products within… American Express

12 days ago

Senior Analyst Customer Advocacy & Marketing Enablement

American Express New York, NY

This position is in the U.S Consumer Products and Services (CPS) organization at American Express, specifically on the Customer Advocacy & Marketing… American Express

3 days ago

Manager / Senior Manager - Digital Channel Governance Marketing Strategy Consultant

American Express New York, NY

The Digital Channel Governance (DCG) team within DP&D is responsible for managing a comprehensive E2E governance program to ensure that all marketing… American Express

3 days ago

Senior Manager - Client Management

American Express New York, NY

LoyaltyEdge from American ExpressSM (part of the Enterprise Growth division) launched in 2010 to provide loyalty services to third party clients… American Express

4 days ago

Senior Manager, Data, Analytics and Strategy

American Express New York, NY

American Express has a history of success generating marketplace demand through inspired, insight driven marketing. But today, with the rapid growth… American Express

30+ days ago

Manager/Senior Manager - Marketplace Insights

American Express New York, NY

Additionally, you will work with our market research agencies to design and implement research that drives results and business decisions. You… American Express

30+ days ago

Manager/Senior Manager, Business Architecture

American Express New York, NY

- Identifying and understanding critical business needs by partnering with all business stakeholders (risk, sales, marketing, operations, compliance… American Express

30+ days ago

Senior Manager, Global Marketplace Insights

American Express New York, NY

Position requires a Bachelors degree in Business Administration, Market Research, or a related field and five years of progressively responsible… American Express

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    Iconic service brand with clear focus on work/life balance for its employees

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    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY

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    Work/life balance - ability to work from home 2-3 days per week is a broadly applied policy across many departments (Blue Work). No issues leaving the office early for a doctor's appointment or other personal matter.
    Supportive culture - people care about you as an individual.
    Fairly collaborative and team-oriented. Although everyone has individual goals and they are not always aligned across teams, people are helpful.
    Fair compensation - especially considering work/life balance. Few people work late nights or weekends (definitely NOT mandated - more by choice).
    Mobility across functional areas and departments is possible and mostly supported.


    Corporate culture veers towards favoritism, with upward mobility being less tied to performance and more on executive sponsors willing to pull you up.
    Difficult business environment and challenges with company performance led to cutting of resources. These actions bring fear and are demotivating to employees. Goals and strategies are often scrapped, teams are often reorganized.

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    Ongoing layoffs are damaging to employee morale - would be better to handled in one action (i.e., annually).
    Career advancement no longer a clear 'track,' as experience and performance do not equal promotions. Corporate culture based on 'sponsors' favors leaders of a particular type, not necessarily your best thinkers and results drivers.

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