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Account Coordinator – new

C-4 Analytics Saugus, MA

Account Coordinators will primarily support the Senior Account Managers on their team. They will initially start as back end support on day to day… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Account Sales Executive - Automotive Industry

C-4 Analytics Saugus, MA

Account Sales Executive � Automotive IndustryC-4 Analytics is an award winning, automotive digital advertising agency, whose growth has allowed us to… Glassdoor

4 days ago

PHP Web Developer

C-4 Analytics Saugus, MA

-There�s nothing like your own code, but you also don�t have a problem working with a fellow developer�s code. -You�re all about the details, which… Glassdoor

1 day ago

Operations Manager – new

C-4 Analytics Saugus, MA

The Operations Manager at C-4 Analytics will be responsible for developing, managing and implementing new processes, technologies, and techniques… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Paid Search Analyst

C-4 Analytics Saugus, MA

Minimum 2-3 years of experience in Paid Search Marketing. Experience with Google Adwords is Required. Agency experience preferred but not required… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Social Media Analyst

C-4 Analytics Saugus, MA

We're looking for a cutting edge social media maven at C-4 Analytics. What would you be getting yourself into? Well, C-4 Analytics is a rapidly… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Project Manager

C-4 Analytics Saugus, MA

Ensuring all tasks are running smoothly through our task management system and our account management and design departments Ensuring our task… Glassdoor

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    If you're smart, young, confident and willing to work hard, C-4 is a great place to get ahead relative to your peers. You'll be exposed to a lot of smart people, a lot of new ideas and demanding clients that will prepare you for the real world. If you're just out of school it's a good first job, and I think it's now a good place to be in your mid/late 20s now, too.

    There's a lot of promotion from within when it comes to middle management jobs, which is a powerful incentive for employees. The flip side of that is everyone thinks they should be promoted, which can lead to conflict. A lot of the bitter reviews you read are from people who were passed over (some wrongfully, some rightfully) and couldn't deal with it.

    The atmosphere here can be really fun. You'll form close friendships and get drinks with people after work. We get free beer on Friday afternoons and bagels on Tuesdays and bi-weekly free lunches, plus each department gets seasonal sponsored outings. These aren't reasons to take a job, of course, but they're little positives nonetheless, and even the people who truly disliked C-4 will admit that many of their co-workers were really thoughtful, fun and talented, which makes for a fun environment.

    I cannot emphasize this enough: A lot of the negative reviews you'll read are from people who worked (emphasis on past tense) here, and sure, some are legitimate. C-4 doesn't have a perfect past. But there's also a solid base of ex-employees who live to haunt this company from the grave, and they no longer have any clue what goes on here.

    C-4 is growing up. Benefits now include vision, dental and voluntary life insurance, raises and promotions are more structured and more fair and production departments are finally being built out. A lot of the salaries are decent, too, and the partners are generally open to negotiation.

    Right now, it's a good time to be here, and if the old reviews are scaring you off, at least come in for an interview and ask some of the veterans why it's different now. It's easy to forget that this is a young company, but it's certainly trending up.


    If you're an account manager, expect all the praise when you succeed and all the blame when something goes wrong; you're the star of the show, for better or worse. Upper management pays more attention to the production teams than they used to, but there's still disparity. In some ways, this has its advantages (less daily pressure, better work/life balance) but in other ways, it's a challenge (you can feel anonymous, slower to hire help).

    Daily tasks can feel repetitive. If you come in at an entry-level position, there's going to be a focus on production.

    Finally, don't expect flexibility when it comes to work hours. But, you do get a work from home day per month and if you're generally respectful of the (pretty lenient) rules, you earn a longer leash.

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    This has improved lately, but keep trying to make proactive hires, rather than waiting until a department or AM team is drowning. Try to make exits for employees who leave more graceful - a lot of the negative reviews here stem from unpleasant departures. Consider easing up on some of the reporting requirements for AMs, and ease up on the lunch/work hour policies. People here work really, really hard for you. If someone's abusing the rules, punish them, not everyone.

    Overall, though, the company you built is getting much better, thanks in large part to better organizational structure, a focus on training and the new upper-middle management tier that seems genuinely invested in younger employees and the overall success of the company. Some of the recent hires you've made have proved to be outstanding.

    Ignore the noise, keep up with the renewed focus on rewarding employees and keep hiring and succeeding. As long as we're growing and you treat people well, the reviews will even out, as they should.

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