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Account Manager

Derse Milwaukee, WI

• In concert with Account Executive, provide necessary support for assigned clients marketing programs. • Initiate / prepare SODs and associated… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Account Executives

Derse Milwaukee, WI

• Background of driving ROI and ROO into marketing solutions. • Ability to quickly… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Estimator, Waukegan, IL

Derse Milwaukee, WI

include: • Prepare detailed quotations from various drawings for construction of tradeshow exhibits / marketing environments. • Review all… Glassdoor

Derse Reviews

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William F Haney
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    Could be a good company. Needs a revamp!

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Milwaukee, WI
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Milwaukee, WI

    I worked at Derse full-time


    Ok pay and medical benefits. Dental insurance.
    Some good employees.
    Quality finished products.
    Nice holiday and summer party for employees and their families.


    There is no accountability, and information is not shared across the departments. Employees are not trained properly and the persons responsible for training don't have a complete understanding of what the company does or what each department is responsible for. The internal system in place is so overthought, exaggerated, and cumbersome. It takes more time fighting the system than it does fulfilling your actual job description. Responsibilities lye in the wrong places. The departmental managers are seemingly picked out of cracker jack boxes and have no real useful knowledge or any decision making power. I've never seen a company with so much back up information, randomly stored all over, but yet when a question arises no one has an answer. Peers blow off questions, but later, when it's too late, want answers. Good employees are often overlooked, while lazy, inefficient employees who put in more time, are considered valuable and are often praised or promoted. Upper management seems more concerned with the 9-5 mentality, rather than who is or who isn't getting their job done. Lacking common sense practices throughout.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Ask your employees how things really work, and really listen.
    Allow for employees to anonymously review their managers.
    Worry more about who is/isn't doing their job, rather than what time they came in and left at.
    Enforce accountability!

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
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