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21 days ago

Digital Ad Operations Specialist

Quigley-Simpson West Los Angeles, CA

The Digital Ad Ops Specialist works within the Media group to actively manage the… Quigley-Simpson


7 days ago

Controller

Quigley-Simpson Los Angeles, CA

Quigley-Simpson is a full-service advertising agency located in West Los Angeles that specializes in strategic planning, marketing, media planning… Quigley-Simpson


2 days ago

Assistant/Runner – new

Quigley-Simpson West Los Angeles, CA

We have a wonderful part time opportunity if you have a car and want to work part time - Monday… Quigley-Simpson


13 days ago

Sr. Business Intelligence Analyst (MicroStrategy and SQL Server)

Quigley-Simpson West Los Angeles, CA

As an integral member of the Analytics team, this candidate will be responsible for our… Quigley-Simpson


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    Catty and not fulfilling

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    Former Employee - Anonymous
    Former Employee - Anonymous

    I worked at Quigley-Simpson full-time

    Pros

    Nice office space
    High profile clients
    Free massages
    Birthday Cupcakes

    Cons

    I’ll start by saying I think the 4 star reviews are planted by HR, or they are written by the “favored” in return for some brownie points. I worked in the media department for years.

    Culture- operates like a sorority full of gossipy, catty, people. There is one person in charge and everyone works, back stabs, and brown noses to maintain their position. The employees are good, smart people, but the culture and management forces them to back stab. Management employs tactics to manipulate people. They pin people against each other. They will give 2 people the same project, then say one person did it better than the other. Or they will give a person a project they have no chance of succeeding at to make them look them bad. They will fish and ask different people questions to see if they can get information. Questionable tactics are also used with vendors. It’s true that you will gain a lot of experience here and it’s a good resume builder, but at the same time, you could be hurting your reputation in the industry because they promote bulling vendors. They make you do the bullying, and they don’t care because it’s your reputation. They will try and tarnish your name If you leave to go to another company.

    Work life balance-They hire people right out of college because it’s easy to get them to drink the koolaid. You will be worked to the bone, and if you’re not favored or part of the clique it will take forever to be promoted…if you last that long. A lot of people leave when they realize they are working too much for the pay, or they get fired. The executives expect you to work 50-60 hours a week but they forget your making pennies compared to their salaries.

    Favoritism and double standards-If you’re favored and you make a mistake it will be covered up by management. If you’re not, they will throw you under the bus. In all fairness it’s not hard to be favored. All you have to do is constantly brown nose, stay at the office till its dark, and sell your soul to Quigley Simpson. To be really favored, you have to serve the personal interest of the executives. The top executives (I’m not talking about the owners) only care about themselves. As long as you serve a purpose and you’re willing to do whatever they ask, you’re favored. You have to be a “yes” person. It also helps if you have connections to people in the industry because it helps them.

    Be aware of Big Brother- there are cameras all over the office, all computer activity is tracked, and the phone calls are recorded. They claim it’s the client’s that force them to do it for security, but it’s really to keep everyone under surveillance and control. Shady. What are they hiding? Perhaps it’s all the conflicts of interest.

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    What others have said is true. I'm sure management is well aware of what they are doing.

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