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29 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


29 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


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    Great $ and opportunity if you're willing to spend the time and put in the hours.

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    Pros

    It's a place where you can move up quickly and be compensated well if you work hard and show tangible results, e.g., bring in new business, grow business, etc.

    Cons

    It's not a 40 hour a week job. I averaged at least 60-65+ hours and travelled quite a bit. With the exception of travel, junior people are expected to put in the hours if they want to be promoted as well.

    If you want to be a mom and see your kids, this is not a place to work.

    Advice to Management

    Try to figure out a way to build in flexible hours for more senior women in the organization. There is no such thing as part-time in this organization regardless of what the company may say -- nor are they really open to it if you are a Director or above. You are expected to manage teams (in person), bring in new $$ and travel.

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