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I have been working at D'Orazio & Associates full-time for more than 3 years
Pros – Fully paid health care, 2 weeks paid vacation, hours are 9am-5pm which is rare in the PR world,
relaxed environment stylish office with lots of windows and a fun team to work with. Regular free lunches and bonuses.
Cons – Some of the clients were difficult to deal with
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
2012-08-30 22:11 PDT
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I have been working at D'Orazio & Associates
Pros – Successful public relations placements, established media and stylist relationships, nice office (though it is in the Larry Flynt building), work is distributed so no one is overloaded
Cons – Micromanagement, non payment of sick days, poor retainment of employees, inability by management to effectively discuss salary issues or compensate employees with bonuses
Advice to Senior Management – Give capable lower level employees more responsibility. Create bonus structure to motivate employees. Communicate clearly and directly with employees and clients even if the issues are uncomfortable.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2010-01-15 13:20 PST
I worked at D'Orazio & Associates as an intern
Pros – Same as previously mentioned pros. Good employees that are good at their jobs. Two weeks paid vacation during Christmas and New Years.
Cons – Same as previously mentioned cons, with emphasis on MICROMANAGEMENT Issues. Zero recognition for hard work and accomplishments. Blatant disregard for California State Labor Laws. No room for growth within the company.
Advice to Senior Management – Respect your employees- they are the reason for your success.
2012-07-23 21:02 PDT
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