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13 days ago

Senior Category Manager - Marketing, Advertising & Print

American Express United Kingdom

ยท Identify and implement innovative sourcing solutions; develop business case and sell-in of new ideas and opportunities, obtain stakeholder buy-in… American Express

9 days ago

Senior Manager, Global Digital Controls International

American Express London, England

The Digital Partnerships and Development Team (DP&D) is focused on launching innovative technology and marketing strategies with key partners and… American Express

13 days ago

Senior Business Analyst

American Express London, England

1. Help in creating a new blue print for actionable business insight. 2. Understand the needs of Client General Managers (CGMs) and Sales Managers… American Express

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    Fast changing environment, can be like trying to run on shifting sands. Only consider them if you're a Type-A.

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    Current Employee - Manager in Brighton, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Manager in Brighton, England (UK)

    I have been working at American Express full-time (more than 3 years)


    Most teams support flexible working arrangements, there's lots of training provided to employees and they hire very good and friendly people. The people you work with on a day to day basis will be great. Benefits are good if you have a family.


    Promotions are difficult as the upper management tend to stay on in the company and it's about who you know rather than rewarding the best people. Although they have a large finance presence in Sussex, the main movers and shakers are in London so you'll need to take a role there to really get on. The Corporate "family" values of the company don't seem to be embodied by the upper management and seem only to be there to keep the masses content. There is also constant restructuring - I've been through it each year I've worked there.

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    Constant restructuring will impede a team's ability to commit to their roles and really do well.

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