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30 days ago

Freelance Functional Analyst

Razorfish San Francisco, CA

If you’re interested in a career with us, consider this: LinkedIn ranked Razorfish the 15th most in-demand employer in the U.S. and the 31st… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Associate Director, Search and Programmatic

Razorfish San Francisco, CA

• Oversees all Search, Paid Social, and Biddable Media strategy for large accounts • Accountable for overall Search strategy, thought leadership… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Technical Client Partner

Razorfish San Francisco, CA

from an individual and team management level. In addition, the client partner will serve as the primary client partner on one of the larger clients… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Freelance Senior Project Manager

Razorfish San Francisco, CA

Razorfish was born digital its in our DNA. Today, we use that lifeblood to transform business at the convergence of creativity, technology and media… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Creative Director, Emerging Experiences

Razorfish San Francisco, CA

Are you an innovative, conceptual thinker ready to lead, manage, and inspire a unique, cross-disciplinary group of designers, developers, mavericks… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Freelance Senior Project Manager

Razorfish San Francisco, CA

If you’re interested in a career with us, consider this: LinkedIn ranked Razorfish the 15th most in-demand employer in the U.S. and the 31st… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Associate Director, Functional Analysis

Razorfish San Francisco, CA

This individual should be able to work on large complex projects with no supervision, as well as lead a small team of analysts on these projects… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Search Manager

Razorfish San Francisco, CA

• Actively engages in understanding of search and social landscape and best practices through participation in internal training programs… Glassdoor


26 days ago

Director, Data-Driven Experience Strategy

Razorfish San Francisco, CA

If you’re interested in a career with us, consider this: LinkedIn ranked Razorfish the 15th most in-demand employer in the U.S. and the 31st… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Sr Assoc, Resource Allocation

Razorfish San Francisco, CA

Senior Associate – Resource Management About DigitasLBi DigitasLBi, the leading, "most complete" global digital agency network partners with some… Glassdoor


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    Good people, but staffing practices need major attention/help

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at Razorfish as a contractor for more than 3 years

    Pros

    - Good work/life balance. Once you establish your schedule, it's relatively easy to make your own hours as long as you get your work done on time.
    - Good people who know what they're doing. I've worked at other places and then come back (I'm a contractor), and overall I always feel like the people here know their stuff and are able to keep things moving forward.

    Cons

    - Can be very unorganized at a certain level. Work still gets done, but a lot of things can fall through the cracks if you're not proactive about getting what you need.
    - Consistently underpaid. I've been undercut every time I've worked here. I do it for the experience, which is good to have on my resume, but at a certain point you start to wonder: Why are they running the company this way? And how good can we all really be if we're getting underpaid?**
    - Staffing. I've freelanced here for a number of years, and have seen the overall staff numbers go down as accounts have been lost. There seems to be some kind of directive for Resourcing to work with mainly freelancers… if they're constantly working with freelancers and then underpaying them, what kind of business model is that? No wonder accounts are going away.
    - Staffing, part 2. I've talked to Resourcing managers over the years who have implied that they aren't given much notice or budget to work with, either. Again, not sure what upper management is thinking.

    **Re: being underpaid: I've noticed that a lot of advertising/digital agencies tend to underpay. Then again, I just worked with a small agency who paid my regular rate without blinking, and they're a smaller agency rather than a large corporation who can actually "afford" it. So it is possible to pay people fairly!

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    Take a look at your staffing policies and think more long-term rather than just by the project. Constantly hiring (different) people in waves isn't "keeping the thinking fresh," it's "keeping the thinking inconsistent and unstable." You still have a good reputation as a digital leader, but constantly undercutting your own employees/workers isn't the way to keep that reputation, or your work,, strong.

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