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30+ days ago

Senior Manager, Program Management

Sapient New York, NY

The primary functions of this position include project and program management, client management and team leadership. The Senior Manager, Program… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Manager, Digital Marketing

Sapient New York, NY

The Digital Marketing Manager of Sapient Consulting is a position that will bring a new perspective and energy. This position will help our company… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Manager, Corporate Communications

Sapient New York, NY

As a critical and senior member of SapientNitro s marketing team, the External Brand Communications Lead for the Americas will spearhead the agency s… Ivy Exec

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    Current Employee - Consultant in New York, NY
    Current Employee - Consultant in New York, NY

    I have been working at Sapient full-time (more than an year)


    - Met a lot of interesting and smart people over the years, but also a few oddballs
    - A few strategic projects that have been very interesting (but these are not common)
    - Work hours are not as bad as other firms (largely dependent on the team and project)


    - Leadership seems unapproachable, especially to junior level people. Never really seemed like they cared; quite the opposite reaction to more senior level hires.
    - Bench/beach environment in the home office reflects the overall stale relationships and structure of the firm. Most people feel uncomfortable talking to each other.
    - Pay is sub-par if trying to work your way up. You will only get paid if you are coming from a higher salary. This promotes turnover and exits.
    - Lots of account managers will refuse to eat travel costs just to boost their margins. You then have localized benches instead of a regional pool. (which means missed opportunities for people sitting on the bench and a lot of mismatches) It feels like different companies instead of different offices.

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    - There are too many expensive senior level people who aren't selling and don't actually deliver the work. You have an upside down triangle (with too many guys at the top) and it presents a stale working environment.
    - Increase the incentive structure for junior/mid level employees to actually stay with the firm. (bonuses are a farce and aren't even given to associates) They are the ones delivering and it's a lot cheaper to grow talent than to buy it. Hire younger people to bring energy into the office.
    - Fix those margin structures. Employees should not be sitting on the bench just because an account lead in another office refuses to eat travel expenses.

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