Compare Manifest (UK) vs Manifest Communications BETA

See how Manifest Communications vs. Manifest (UK) compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
2.5
(based on 6 reviews)
2.1
(based on 8 reviews)
Career Opportunities
2.7
1.5
Compensation & Benefits
1.8
2.2
Work-life balance
3.8
1.9
Senior Management
2.2
1.6
Culture & Values
3.0
2.0
CEO Approval
Manifest (UK) Ceo Sarah Wilson
N/ASarah Wilson
Manifest Communications Ceo Andrea Donlan
10%Andrea Donlan
% Recommend to a friend
63%
24%
Positive Business Outlook
15%
14%

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Featured Review

Former Contractor - Corporate Governance Analyst

I worked at Manifest (UK) for more than a year

Pros

Really good training and location isn't difficult to get to.

Cons

Management is terrible, HR is terrible, communication is terrible. This is not being addressed.

Advice to Management

The upstairs ivory tower really affects office cohesion and must be abridged.

Former Employee - Copywriter

I worked at Manifest Communications full-time for less than a year

Pros

There are laughs to be had here. The kind of laughs you have when you realize if you don't laugh you'll start to cry.

Cons

Strange as it is to say, ego is a massive problem here. For a place that's never, in 38 years of operation, produced anything even remotely interesting, that seems like a strange thing to say, but... it's true. The company's founder has insulated himself from reality by appointing a "CEO" who has never worked anywhere else but Manifest in her 20-something year long marketing career. What that amounts to is a strange little Island of Misfit Egos, where the only joy seems to come from crushing the hopes of people who come to Manifest and want to do something interesting. The CEO was never any good at creating anything, so she takes pleasure in destroying the labour of those who have the audacity the display the talent she so utterly lacks. Looks like it's all winding down now, though. It's doubtful that this place will outlive its founder. It certainly doesn't deserve to. Don't come here to work unless you enjoy dishonesty, backbiting, bitterness, sycophancy, failure and unprofessionalism.

Advice to Management

If you really want to make the world a better place, start by making better advertising and communications. I know it's a lot to ask, because you hate creativity, but that, nonetheless, is my advice.

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