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I have been working at The Reed Group full-time (More than a year)
This place is great if you enjoy free sodas and coffee while working. The new building looks great. Growing company.
Reed Group could use some team building exercises once in awhile for their teams. It can become a hostile environment especially between new and seasoned associates because of the potential to promote. I have seen some seasoned associates treat newbies like crap because they are afraid the newbie would promote on top of them. Be mindful of who you talk to- this place does not tolerate any negativity. If you raise a concern or are not happy with pay, schedule, or promotion, your days at this company are numbered. There is no logic to promoting. If you are friends with the interviewer, you've got it. People tend to promote others that are similar to them so you won't see any Asian or African-American managers in this company.
Advice to Management
Make sure the people you're promoting has the qualifications for it- don't just look at their length of employment with the company. Some managers violate federal and/or state laws and don't even know it because they know nothing about business law.