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What Employees Say
I have been working at marcus evans full-time for less than a year
The office is made up of 10-12 individuals who all come together as one. Everyone is treated with respect no matter what your background or position within the company is. Doesn't matter if you are a... senior, manager, or even a new starter everyone's opinion is valued and everyone learns from each other. The office itself and company as a whole is hands on when it comes to training's. We frequently have training's with all different offices combined and daily training's within the individual offices. If anyone is struggling, frustrated, or simply just having a bad day all 10 people from the office offer help, guide, and support to ensure success. Just like any other sales job success isn't given it is earned. Fellow co workers will do everything possible to help and guide but ultimately its on the individual to work hard, learn from failures, not get discouraged, and learn from the awesome people around you. The best part about the organization is everyone starts out on the same level and move up based on pure performance. The company is consistently motivating individuals with incentive trips and the New York office itself has weekly friendly competitions which result in winning lunches, dinners, etc. Its all designed to not only reward good performance but also reward good effort. The smallest success/milestones are recognized and rewarded for which creates a work environment I am personally happy to go to everyday. The mix of personalities offer consistent entertainment, laughs, and friendly environment.
Just like any other company Marcus Evans isn't perfect but they do everything possible to consistently improve through feedback.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you are doing! We all appreciate your support and guidance.
I worked at McMillan full-time for more than 10 years
The agency was founded in 1996. So it is young enough to be fresh, exciting and open to new ideas. But it is established enough to have a solid HR function, well-trained and supportive managers, and... an excellent work-life balance. As an agency, the clients' needs can often tip that balance during busy times but the agency is very accommodating to balance things out appropriately. It is a very fun, laid-back yet professional environment. And with clients across the US and Europe, there are opportunities for more global exposure--and from time to time, travel.
The only cons I can think of are actually consistent with any creative agency of that size (80 people, +/-). Internal communication can be challenging and the inherent 'tension' that can exist... between clients and creative pops up now and again.
Advice to Management
Continue to nurture the amazing culture that exists. Develop talent from within the ranks.