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30+ days ago

Client Experience Manager

Network Communications Inc. Norcross, GA

A successful Client Experience Manager will build strong partnerships with staff, fellow managers, sales teams, clients and strategic partners… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Inside Sales Account Executive

Network Communications Inc. Norcross, GA

Are you a go getter? Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit? Then check us out! Do you enjoy the thrill of speaking with key decision makers to close… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Content Creation Specialist

Network Communications Inc. Norcross, GA

The Content Creation Specialist (CCS) serves as the starting point for the content creation process. All content ideas and keywords are developed by… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Content Manager

Network Communications Inc. Norcross, GA

The Content Manager (CM) is the project lead for every piece of content produced by a team that also includes a copy editor, content-optimization… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Account Manager

Network Communications Inc. Norcross, GA

The Account Manager (AM) serves as the primary business contact for the client and is responsible for client satisfaction. The AM is expected to… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Social Media Content Intern

Network Communications Inc. Norcross, GA

could include writing for blogs; posting to Facebook and Twitter; researching post ideas and creating content calendars; supporting/assisting… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Social Media Strategist

Network Communications Inc. Norcross, GA

DigitalSherpa Account Associates (AA) work closely with DigitalSherpa Account Managers to help ensure a quality client experience. Using a variety of… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Content Optimization Specialist (COS)

Network Communications Inc. Norcross, GA

The Content Optimization Specialist (COS) is one of three team members who produce engaging online content for business clients that helps those… Glassdoor


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    Out of touch, poorly run company.

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    Former Employee - Online Content Manager in Norcross, GA
    Former Employee - Online Content Manager in Norcross, GA

    I worked at Network Communications Inc full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Work from home days were the only thing that made the low pay and crap benefits at this company tolerable. Lots of great coworkers, but unfortunately most did not stick around long thanks to the aforementioned compensation issues.

    Cons

    The attitude of management toward employees was downright insulting. A certain higher up consistently put foot in mouth, telling employees that our jobs were a "learning opportunity" and that if we wanted better pay (like cost of living raises, how dare we?) or the opportunity for promotion, we needed to "move on" to another company. (Great advice, glad I took it.) They also had no idea how much money we made and once wondered aloud how someone could live on x amount of money a week- which was substantially higher than the weekly pay of the room full of people to which they were speaking. Managerial cluelessness paired with low pay, awful benefits, and unrealistic workloads ensured that turnover was (and is) a huge problem.

    Speaking of workloads, management consistently failed to understand the day-to-day realities of the jobs they assigned. For instance, the amount of time it takes to do a task was usually not taken into consideration when setting workloads, resulting in situations where a team would have to work 45 hours a week with no bathroom breaks and no time for administrative tasks/email/meetings/etc. in order to meet deliverable quotas, assuming they took the "recommended" amount of time for each task.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen to your employees. When they point out that the number of deliverables and quality level you are requesting are physically impossible to meet in anything approaching a 40ish hour workweek, listen to them. Invest in your employees with industry training. Value them enough to know how much money they make and don't insult them by implying (or openly stating) that they are stupid for sticking around and wanting to progress in your company. After all, what does that say about you?

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