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11 days ago

Executive Assistant, B-M U.S. CEO

Burson-Marsteller San Francisco, CA

Burson-Marsteller was one of the original innovative leaders in strategic, integrated approaches to communications, a force for change in public… Burson-Marsteller


11 days ago

Part-time Office Services Coordinator

Burson-Marsteller San Francisco, CA

Burson-Marsteller was one of the original innovative leaders in strategic, integrated approaches to communications, a force for change in public… Burson-Marsteller


30+ days ago

Manager, Technology Practice

Burson-Marsteller San Francisco, CA

include: • Developing and cultivating relationships with clients & external audiences. • Managing account administration such as billing and… Burson-Marsteller


11 days ago

Executive Assistant, Nof9 CEO

Burson-Marsteller San Francisco, CA

North of Nine was designed to offer clients the creative power and spirit of a boutique agency and the deep, broad resources and reach of a global… Burson-Marsteller


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Burson-Marsteller President & CEO Donald A. Baer
Donald A. Baer
49 Ratings
  • It was pretty mediocre

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    Former Employee - Client Executive in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Client Executive in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at Burson-Marsteller full-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    As a Client Executive, I still qualified for "overtime pay" which was nice but a double edged sword. The company tried to instill a fun culture with fun Friday happy hours and occasional team lunches.

    Cons

    I worked 7am to 7pm many days and was rarely the last person to leave. This was because the work was never ending. I was on 7 accounts for a year and often worked weekends at home. Performance reviews were petty.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    This is the nature of PR agencies, especially the larger ones. Keep it up, but don't expect young talent to stay long.

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