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30+ days ago

Email Specialist

Ogilvy PR Worldwide Minneapolis, MN

• Act as an email operations Subject Matter Expert during project brief creation and review on email campaign projects • Collaborate with the Account… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

Senior Database Marketing Analyst

Ogilvy PR Worldwide Minneapolis, MN

will include: measurement and reporting, testing methodologies, segmentation strategy, generating insights, developing strategy, and communicating… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

Senior Campaign Operations Manager

Ogilvy PR Worldwide Minneapolis, MN

The Lacek Group (TLG), a specialty agency of Ogilvy & Mather, is a fast-growing direct and interactive marketing agency dedicated to using customer… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

Senior Account Executive, Public Relations

Ogilvy PR Worldwide Minneapolis, MN

• Assists Account Supervisor in identification, definition, prioritization, and analyses of client needs • Maintains client contact, updates weekly… Beyond.com

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    a terrible place to work; BAD client service

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    Current Employee - Account Director in Washington, DC
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    so many good people are leaving, and that is causing even the most moronic of the leaders to realize how bad they have steered this ship. some of the salaries for senior people are competitive.


    no mentoring, no raises, backstabbing culture, extremely poor leadership starting at the top, suck up culture -- not merit-based, good people leaving in droves, poor client service is the inevitable result. salaries tend to be well below the industry average for junior and mid-level employees

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    leaders are awful and wont take advice. only hope is for parent WPP to wake up and remove the top leaders in the U.S.

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