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30+ days ago

Analyst, Media TAG – easy apply

Moxie Atlanta, GA

The Ad Operations Analyst provides support and manages day-to-day… , quality assurance and results reporting. As an Ad Ops Analyst, takes… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Analyst, Media TAG – easy apply

Moxie Atlanta, GA

The Sr. Analyst provides ad operations support and ensures timely… Sr.Analyst, also helps train and mentor to Jr team members and works to… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Manager, Business Analysis – easy apply

Moxie Atlanta, GA

• Thorough experience with the SDLC, preferably across a variety of different methodologies (e.g, waterfall & agile) • Strong leadership and… Glassdoor

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Moxie President Suzy Deering
Suzy Deering
26 Ratings

    Attempting to create a farm of workhorses with low moral, bad culture, and terrible management

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    Current Employee - Front-End Developer in Atlanta, GA
    Current Employee - Front-End Developer in Atlanta, GA

    I have been working at Moxie full-time (less than an year)


    Great benefits, paid-for cell phones with unlimited service, don't have to worry about getting fired even if you suck


    Destroyed our company culture after merger, absolutely no visible effort put in to making employees happy, only care about money and work, drudgery and worker bee vibe, an attempt at an agency with a corporate workflow and atmosphere, everyone has a terrible attitude and no one wants to have fun

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop worrying about whether work is getting done and try to make this a better place to work, place trust in your employees, HIRE better employees, listen to them, and try to keep them around. I haven't been around Moxie long, and I definitely don't want to be. Stop requiring a blanket-minimum of 40 hours a week regardless of how much work is to be done and instead encourage employees to relax and work less when the work is light so that when work is heavier, employees will have a greater desire to put in time to get things done when it matters. Give me a desire to impress you. Give your employees incentives to work hard and enjoy their accomplishments other than "Oh, good job."

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