Burson-Marsteller – Detroit, MI
Direct Impact, a leading grassroots communications firm, seeks a part-time Communications Coach to work with one of its largest clients as liaisons… Burson-Marsteller
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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Really great people who care about each other, career development, flexibility. Account teams run well as most people work hard but have easy going personalities. Employees are much nicer than what I experienced at other agencies.
Work/life balance. Lack of culture and identity as many accounts work across different offices. Senior leadership lets certain clients (who fall within the Key Client Relationship Model) walk all over us. They will do anything to keep these clients, even at the expense of employees health and wellbeing.
Advice to Management
Cut ties with abusive clients that aren't profitable.