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4 days ago

Strategist

Frog Design Incorporated New York, NY

When people ask what its like to work at frog, there is no easy answer. The diversity of people and projects varies tremendously. People here are… jobsradar.com


4 days ago

Senior Strategist

Frog Design Incorporated New York, NY

When people ask what its like to work at frog, there is no easy answer. The diversity of people and projects varies tremendously. People here are… jobsradar.com


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    Program Manager, NYC

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    I worked at frog design full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Flexible working schedule, support for folks who have children, fun interoffice culture, mostly lovely people who enjoy working hard and playing hard.

    Cons

    Pay is not competitive with the market; extremely high turn over during my time at frog; very tight knit, hard to penetrate inner circle of management/director level - if you aren't friendly with certain people you will have NO FUTURE at frog; Entry level employees are given way too much responsibility with very little oversight, leading to management blaming lower level (even entry level) for mistakes. Top management DOES NOT support directors by freeing up their time to allow them to actually work with their direct reports - I can't even tell you the amount of times that I heard the words "I'm sorry we left you with X...BUT this, this, and this wasn't done correctly" - well hey, a little bit of support and guidance would have helped! Often directors only provided negative feedback instead of positive feedback as well, which never feels good. Disgusting level of gossip among top management and directors, leading to negative attitudes around the office. Top management cares most about money, not about their staff. It's all about the bottom line.

    Advice to Management

    Take a look at your top management, the people actually running your company, and decide if you want them setting the tone. Break up the inner circles, make the culture inclusive, get rid of the disgusting gossip and open up directors times to actually manage their reports. Stop using entry level employees as scapegoats to your internal problems and look at the real causes. Move past solely caring about the bottom line and support your employees when they need it.


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