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Lisa A. Nickerson
I worked at Nickerson PR, Marketing and Events as an intern for less than a year
Pros – Nickerson is a great company to work for because they train and mentor their employees to be detail oriented, constantly challenge themselves and be the best they can be. They work off of your strengths and take a great interest in making every opportunity a learning experience. You will not only learn about PR but learn about the industry, how to write an email, how to interview, handle digital media, marketing, prepare for meetings, organize events..the list goes on! Nickerson gave me the skills I needed to succeed in my career.
Cons – The internship is usually unpaid.
Advice to Senior Management – Continue to mentor and take an active interest in your prevous interns/employees. The company's willingness to help team members whether they work there anymore or not makes a huge impact.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
2012-12-03 07:32 PST
I worked at Nickerson PR, Marketing and Events
Pros – Got some hands on experience as an intern
Learned about PR
Cons – Not a great atmosphere to be in, when I was there 2/3 interns quit because it was a big waste of time. Doesn't really get to know the interns in a small office of 3 employees, felt as though I was invisible a lot of the time.
Unprofessional with the fact that the boss would talk down to employees in front of clients which was not called for. I almost felt bad for the people that worked there full time. The boss would show up for maybe half a day.
I would not recommend anyone to do business here or work here.
Advice to Senior Management – Give more feedback to employees, communication is key in the workplace and there was almost none here.
Appreciate the employees instead of talking down to them.
Get to know the people that work for you.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2010-12-04 13:02 PST
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