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6 days ago

Assistant Account Executive - H3O

Grayling San Francisco, CA

• Provide client service administration support; attend meetings, handle scheduling and logistics • Research, compile and analyze client media… Grayling

19 days ago

Part-Time Receptionist

Grayling San Francisco, CA

-Greet visitors and employees and notify appropriate employee of visitor’s arrival -Perform basic clerical duties such as: photocopying, faxing… Grayling

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Grayling Global CEO Pete Pedersen
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    Former Employee - Account Executive  in  San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Account Executive in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at Grayling full-time for more than 3 years


    I loved my co-workers and there are some exceptionally smart and talented people in San Francisco. Grayling has great benefits and I loved the flexibility and being able to work from home.


    I loved my supervisor but there was no leadership in San Francisco otherwise. A new MD was hired but had no presence in the office. For months, I didn't know who she was. When we were Atomic, there was pay for performance and that seemed to be eliminated with the merge. It seemed that a lot of people on my team were waiting for approval on their annual reviews, which used to be consistent. The culture was once fun but has changed a lot and not for the better. It became uncomfortable and tense. The office being cramped and overcrowded only made things worse. I had high hopes and was excited about the merge but my hopes quickly diminished. Moving on was the the best option.

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    Hire leaders who are available to staff. Pay for performance. If you don't invest in your staff, they will go somewhere else.

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