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30+ days ago

Editor

Grey Healthcare Group Kansas City, MO

• Manage all aspects of assigned accounts without need for daily supervision • Create and oversee implementation of editorial style specific to each… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Technical Director

Grey Healthcare Group Kansas City, MO

The Technical Director reports to the Group Technical Director and works across clients alongside other functional areas of the agency, such as… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Project Manager

Grey Healthcare Group Kansas City, MO

Duties Specific to this title and role: Mastered the duties outlined in the Traffic Coordinator and Project Coordinator role Members of the Project… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Web Developer

Grey Healthcare Group Kansas City, MO

• Deliver best-in-class HTML5/CSS3/JQuery front-end code across a broad array of interactive web and mobile projects. • Possess an advanced… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Copywriter

Grey Healthcare Group Kansas City, MO

• Collaborates with art director to develop creative concepts, and helps determine communication strategy and program… Glassdoor


Grey Healthcare Group Reviews

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    Talented people, but limited growth opportunities

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    Former Employee - Creative  in  Kansas City, MO
    Former Employee - Creative in Kansas City, MO

    I worked at Grey Healthcare Group full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    ghg inherited a talented workforce when the company bought Geoff Howe Marketing Communications. Geoff Howe inherited needed structure and the ability to go after the "big fish" clients after becoming a WPP agency. Decent work-life balance.

    Cons

    High turnover among longtime employees. The KC office had a high retention rate until about two years ago the culture has completely changed, and not in a good way. No training. No career advancement. Too client focused and creative has suffered. Everything has to go through corporate, and they take forever to do anything.

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    Start paying attention to the turnover. Longtime employees with five years and more are leaving. Train people. Walk the walk when it comes to career development. Need more diversity, especially at the senior level.

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