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I worked at WE Communications full-time (More than 10 years)
If you're starting out in PR or even mid-level, WE offers great fundamentals, exposure to big brand clients, smart people and plenty of PTO.
Up until 2010, I said one of the best parts of WE was how much the leadership team cared about the people who worked there. I can't say that anymore. WE turned into a typical churn and burn PR shop. Politics increased and execs would regularly throw lower level team members under the bus to save themselves in front of clients. With the current group of execs, it has turned more into a Mean Girls society and either you're a golden child or you're thrown out - and this could change in an instant without any communication. So many of my peers were scapegoats and were either pushed out or they simply quit without even having another job because they couldn't take it there anymore.
Advice to Management
Stop treating your employees as disposable. Remove senior management that encourages cattiness. Rebuild an ethical and nurturing environment. Be accountable.