Compare Edelman vs PartnerCentric BETASee how PartnerCentric vs. Edelman compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Edelman full-time for more than 5 years
Diversity of work, large client list, flexibility and good work/life balance, fantastic people to work with
Some processes are out of date and there are times when work can suffer due to unrealistic expectations or turnarounds or low budgets. But we do our best, always.
Advice to Management
Reward the people that put the most heart into the company. They should be rewarded and feel valued. Work harder to match average salaries. Otherwise, you risk losing some of your best.
I worked at PartnerCentric full-time for less than a year
Extremely competent team. Everyone is good at their job, and willing to help coworkers. Mature, family-oriented remote company vs many 100% remote companies that are young with the fast-faced, start... up culture. Strong leadership. Good industry reputation.
Remote work maybe isn't for everyone. I'd also like to say that while you do have freedom in location, you don't have too much freedom in hours. No time logging or anything like that, but due to... client-based nature of the work, you're expected to be on for the typical 9-5. Hard to feel like early mornings or late nights that you put in are noticed or appreciated. Because PartnerCentric is a medium sized company, there isn't as much pie to go around vs other larger companies. I felt like they did a good job at sharing what they can, but don't expect the same level of pay, perks, bonuses, that can be found elsewhere.