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17 days ago

Media Billing Specialist

Lipman Hearne Chicago, IL

The Media Billing Specialist will serve as a liaison between accounting, media, and vendors to ensure that budgets are accurately tracked and… Job Board

30+ days ago

Administrative Assistant

Lipman Hearne Chicago, IL

* Maintains calendars and weekly schedule for assigned staff. * Coordinates travel arrangements (domestic and international)including itineraries and… ClickCast

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    Great product/services, poor culture

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
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    I have been working at Lipman Hearne full-time (More than a year)


    Products are well received by clients and marketing governing bodies. Lipman Hearne wins many awards for it's creative work and existing clients are often repeat customers. Working for nonprofits is generally fulfilling. Great office location with amazing views, casual get togethers, and a relaxed dress code.


    On the client side, we're expensive and that gets in the way of doing more work (but we don't want to get paid less!). Cumbersome process of getting 10 people in the room to make decisions. Managers play many roles within the company meaning they aren't often available (though they try). A lot of processes are non existent or still getting figured out (it's gotten better but there's a lot more work that needs to be done). Some teams are cliquey, you need to fight for your raise and promotions (because NO one will approach you), and the benefits package is not great. While the talent is there, the people can be hard to deal with: some are rude, unreliable, emotional, and always act like everything is an emergency. There's high turnover among younger/junior staff.

    Advice to Management

    As a strategic communications firm, communicate to your staff better. That includes interview candidates (my interview was very long and I was left in the dark half the time). Please provide training. People are curious, want to learn, but there isn't a culture that supports this.

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