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I have been working at Fahrenheit Marketing
Pros – Projects are generally abundant, management doesn't eviscerate you for slightly late work, nice comfortable office, no slave driver attitude
Cons – Work can be tedious at times but that comes with the territory, the environment could be too laid back for you if you really like aggressively destroying projects and high pressure
Advice to Senior Management – show up in hot cars to inspire low level employees
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2012-02-15 11:11 PST
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I worked at Fahrenheit Marketing full-time for less than a year
Pros – Good team, most people are up to date on current trends in the industry, good amount of work if you are in design or development.
Cons – Below average compensation and benefits (benefits are particularly underwhelming), high turnover, very very small team, they cut a lot of corners to save money to the detriment of the team, and the extra perks you usually get from working in a small office are non-existent.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
2013-09-16 12:20 PDT
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I worked at Fahrenheit Marketing part-time for less than a year
Pros – Some really cool people work there. The creative director there was amazing. And the developers were really cool folk too. Pay was alright for some positions (others got taken advantage of, in terms of compensation).
Cons – Terrible management.
Highest turnover I have ever experienced. I think when I started there were about 12 employees. When I left there were about 4-5 of the original employees left. Now I think maybe 2-3 of the original employees are still there? While I worked there the owner fired a bunch of them, and even threatened to sue them/started the process of suing them(not sure how far any of that got). I think he enjoyed feeling powerful.
Leadership acted VERY buddy buddy, but it turns out they went behind some employees backs.
Owner preached own thing and most certainly practiced another IMO(in terms of values and morals)
Really tedious work.
No opportunity for career growth at this company. Once you are hired, you'll basically always be at that position.
Management didn't really seem open to new ideas and innovation.
Advice to Senior Management – Let's try not to stab your employees in the back? Oh also, don't write your own reviews, it's lame. You should take into consideration that maybe some of your employees care about your company before you throw them under the bus.
2012-10-03 23:22 PDT
I have been working at Fahrenheit Marketing full-time for more than a year
Pros – The culture is nice. People seem to be generally happy to be here. The kitchen is always stocked up with nice snacks. Generous quarterly bonus...I work hard and I know I'm noticed...it's a nice feeling.
Cons – The bullpen can be a bit noisy at times. So I am not sure if that's bad because we get to talk without cubicles in the way and that's nice when you just want to ask a question.
Advice to Senior Management – Happy hour instead of lunches?
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
2012-07-20 19:59 PDT
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