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10 days ago

Digital Advertising Sales Account Executive

Monster Worldwide Los Angeles, CA

Overall Scope: The Account Executive will work with advertising agencies and direct clients to build and grow revenue on behalf of Monster and its… Glassdoor


10 days ago

Branch Account Manager

Monster Worldwide Los Angeles, CA

BRANCH ACCOUNT MANAGER The Branch Account Manager will work alongside the field sales team and have constant contact with pre-existing large… Glassdoor


Monster Worldwide Reviews

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    Great life balance

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    Current Employee - Account Manager in Los Angeles, CA
    Current Employee - Account Manager in Los Angeles, CA

    I have been working at Monster Worldwide full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    The best part is you get to work from where ever you feel like it ie.. Home, Starbucks, at the beach wherever your heart desires. Or don't work at all one day and no body cares or knows what you're doing. Calling in sick or for vacation not necessary either. As long as your showing numbers, that's all this company cares about. Benefits used to be fantastic with just a $500 deductible for $330 a month family plan but now it's $4000 deductible.

    Cons

    Extremely high quotas, management is never available when needed. Biggest problem with this company is they require things of you but never ever follow through with it. They create products to compete with companies when there's no completion in the first place. Apples and oranges are fruit but nothing alike. They create technology products and expect non-techie sales people to sell it. They offer incentives to sell certain products because they know those products are tough to sell. Plus they bought Hotjobs a few years back when HJ was going down hill. So they invest in a company that wasn't making any money and is not helping to make money. Not to mention this company is up for sale now. They have huge social media competitors and they have no idea how to compete. They're job postings don't work and they make clients spend more money in other products to make job postings work better.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be around more for your team. Live a day in your sales team shoes.

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