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PR ACCOUNT MANAGER

PRIME Hong Kong

• Minimum of 5 years experience in corporate communications, PR or journalism. Agency experience an advantage • A proactive approach to generate… Glassdoor


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Prime President Robert E. Low
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    Easy job, no career path (Terminal employee for Prime Floral division)

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    Current Employee - Prime Associate  in  Pierson, FL
    Current Employee - Prime Associate in Pierson, FL

    I have been working at Prime full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Benefits: Health/Life insurance and 401k options are very generous for Prime employees
    Low Pressure Environment: Even as a psuedo-manager I hardly interacted with my supervisors
    Flexible scheduling (non-holiday): Everyone is happy ro work with you when it comes to work/life balance unless its holiday
    Very easy work: After a 4 or 5 months even with no prior work experience you can do everything by yourself

    Cons

    Leadership: there is none; no trust between terminal mangers and Springfield, no authority for terminal operators, vision for company is clouded and confused, all decisions are knee-jerks not based on evidence or information
    Growth opportunities: They don't exist, there is literally nowhere to go unless someone above you quits or dies, and if either happens you get more responsibility with no extra compensation (aggressive salary negotiation when starting is a MUST)
    Compensation: Base salary is ok but the 'incentive' portion of your pay is completely non-transparent and fluctuates wildly. After asking around even people above me with years at the company don't know how it is calculated. It essentially acts as a cookie jar for management to reach into when they need cash to pay for something
    No challenge offered: If you can read and pay attention at the same time you will be bored out of your mind after 4-5 months on the job. Repetitive, simple, under-worked during non-peak periods. Bring a book.
    Rush periods: You will have no life or contact outside of work for 4 weeks out of the year. Period.

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