Integrated Marketing Services
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I have been working at Integrated Marketing Services full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
Flexibility is a huge plus - you have autonomy and are encouraged to take leadership with your client business. We are well INtegrated with our clients and I see a very strong, and positive direction for this company. Lots of new business wins with many others on the horizon. I truly believe the business is IN good hands and has a lot of momentum moving into 2015, making up for all the lost revenue with the Unilever departure in a very short amount of time. IN's leadership has made a substantial investment in those loyal to the company, and I foresee a continuation of that trend.Cons
Quite honestly, the biggest con with this company, isn't about the actual company itself! There are too many people that complain about every little thing related to their job. It's annoying when all of these entitled little girls moan and groan about any ripple that comes into their world. This stuff isn't that hard! It isn't manual labor... it isn't child birth... can it be mentally exhausting sometimes? Sure, but what job can't be from time to time? We really don't have it that bad. The grass is always greener on the other side.
The good news is that most of those people are now GONE and have taken their negativity with them to their next destination. IN is a better company than what this site makes it appear.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Continue with the open and honest communication you've had with us over the past two years (ever since Lisa Klauser came in to attempt to right the ship). From what I can see, Lisa is a straight-shooter with a very strong drive to make IN the best in the country in Shopper Marketing. One of the most common complaints that I hear is the lack of career advancement structure. You won't know if/when your next promotion is coming, and it isn't always merrit based. A system of expection with planned progression, raises and bonuses would be a very welcome change.
I am optimistic about the future of this company and I can't wait to share in the journey!RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO