Compare Taylor Global vs Global Health Strategies BETA

See how Global Health Strategies vs. Taylor Global compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
(based on 43 reviews)
(based on 28 reviews)
Career Opportunities
Compensation & Benefits
Work-life balance
Senior Management
Culture & Values
CEO Approval
Taylor Global Ceo Tony Signore
13%Tony Signore
Global Health Strategies Ceo David Gold
39%David Gold
% Recommend to a friend
Positive Business Outlook


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What Employees Say

"Great people"(in 4 reviews)
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Featured Review

Former Employee - Account Director

I worked at Taylor Global full-time for more than 3 years


I worked at Taylor for over two years, and hands down was one of my most rewarding agency experiences. You may look at the reviews and get nervous, but honestly Taylor is one of those places where... you get in what you put out. Nothing will be handed to you. So yes, if you're lazy stay away. However if you're not afraid of hard work and enjoy fun work perks and working on some of the top consumer clients in the industry, then this is a place you can thrive. The culture is great! The people here are super friendly and welcoming and are a lot less "clique-ish" than what you will find at some of the other agencies. Upper management was supportive of my growth and allowed me a lot of opportunities to explore a huge passion of mine -- Sports + PR! I've worked at a handful of agencies, and Taylor is one that truly felt like a family compared to others.


With any agency, sometimes the hours can be long and there was constant change, so at times it seems its unstable. However, the PR industry is very up and down so that's to be expected. When it... comes to diversity, there is definitely more work to be done but appreciate that they recognize that and are starting to do the real work to make a difference.

Advice to Management

Continue valuing and rewarding hard work! Make sure that it trickles down to the junior employees so that they also feel valued.

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

I have been working at Global Health Strategies full-time


- Great group of people at all levels who are passionate about their work - The company recognizes the large amount of work and long hours that most people do and rewards people with fun activities,... parties, and pretty substantial bonuses - The content is incredibly rewarding to work on - Nice space in midtown Manhattan with a roof deck - Easily accessible (most subways stop nearby)


- The hours can be long at certain times of year depending on the teams or accounts to which you are assigned - some clients are more demanding than others and some causes just demand more work by... nature so this can vary - There is a diversity issue (but the management seem to be putting a lot more work into resolving this over the past few months including adding diversity training sessions to the yearly calendar and actually seeking out diverse candidates for open positions) - Salaries are a little low compared to comparable positions elsewhere (but the aforementioned bonuses do a lot to make up for this)

Advice to Management

Overall I believe that management actually do care about their employees and are doing a good job of resolving a number of issues that have been brought up in recent memory including diversity issues... and hiring an actual HR representative. I would just say to be careful to continue making these improvements and not stop when the financial burden is realized.

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