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Alan Osetek
9 Ratings

    A mediocre experience

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    Former Employee - SEO Coordinator in Chicago, IL
    Former Employee - SEO Coordinator in Chicago, IL

    I worked at Resolution Media full-time (more than an year)


    -Good work/life balance, lots of company-wide vacation and time off
    -Big emphasis on fun and parties which is good if you're young and looking to have a good time at work
    -Good benefits apart from low compensation, including financial seminars, etc.
    -People are largely friendly and helpful


    - Low compensation - despite having work experience and a master's degree, and being in my mid-20s, I was paid the entry-level $35k, same as the kids straight out of college.
    - Management is hit or miss - your supervisor will make or break your time there, but they all vary widely in their managerial abilities. Some are there because they've been around long enough, yet don't actually do anything. Some are there because they have the technical skillsets for the job, but have ZERO experience managing people and do it poorly, with little repercussions for them but major effects on their subordinates, leading to turnover. Supervisors also enforce the "rules" differently which can lead to low morale.
    -Supervisors are also overstaffed, leading to stress for them and their subordinates, while account directors seem to coast until crunch time.
    - People get different perks depending on their team, it's inconsistent. Paid search & social teams get taken out to fancy restaurants and fun outings with vendors like Google while teams like SEO are left in the dust.
    -Rigid corporate hierarchy that means you'll only get promoted if you play the game exactly as your particular immediate supervisor wants you to; also little room to learn other skills/switch teams if you're unhappy

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Set clear guidelines for each team on what people need to do/learn to get promoted so that supervisor bias can play less of a role.

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