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I worked at PartnerComm, Inc.
Pros – Decent benefits, hard working people in non-management positions. Creative designers and talented writers. Nice option to work at times from home.
Cons – Micromanaged beyond belief, lack of communication from senior management and training. Worked many employees too much beyond normal hours. Creative designers who don't have enough time to devote to some consultants.
Advice to Senior Management – Put people in the right positions and don't set them up to fail. Pair up new and senior employees to assist in getting acclimated to job.
2011-11-03 12:08 PDT
I worked at PartnerComm, Inc. full-time for more than 3 years
Pros – generous year end bonuses, decent benefits, company trip to Hawaii when business is good, generous paid time off policy.
Cons – consultants & designers are all over worked and under paid, recognition for work is often given to the wrong people, unfair treatment of consultants and designers by management around the office, poorly managed by owners, work is often delegated to those who don't know what their doing and lack experience to manage projects, majority of employees are unhappy and begin looking for other jobs within 6 months of working there, office has a very negative tone to it
Advice to Senior Management – Take time to get to know your employees who are working for you, give credit to those who deserve it and worked for it, show more appreciation for your hard working employees and then maybe your turn over rate won't be as high as it is. Try to realize that your employees are people also and not be so condescending when speaking to them or delegating work.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2012-10-15 06:35 PDT
I have been working at PartnerComm, Inc.
Pros – At PartnerComm, you'll have the opportunity to work with awesome coworkers. You'll also get great medical and dental benefits, a 401(k) with company match and flexible paid time off. The principal and president of the company are wonderful to work with and actually listen to you and your ideas. They genuinely care about you and want you to improve.
Cons – As with any business setting, there is sometimes some drama in the workplace. The pay for the hours isn't fantastic, especially during the busy season when you will work 50-70 hour weeks, including weekends. The graphic designer to consultant ratio is low, so design works often pushes any established timelines back, but only during the busy season. The designers are wonderful and work incredibly hard, but because there aren't enough of them to go around, dates are often moved around.
Advice to Senior Management – The senior consultants sometimes go above the junior consultants' heads if they have an issue with the junior consultant's work instead of just going to that consultant and discussing the issue. The senior management, president and principal are great and appreciate and value their employees.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2010-09-29 09:03 PDT
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