Fingerpaint Marketing Benefits FAQ

Read what Fingerpaint Marketing employees think about benefits at the company.

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October 1, 2020

What are perks and other benefits like at Fingerpaint Marketing?

Pros

Great people. Good benefits and pay

Cons

Awful work/life balance. Limited growth opportunity

Good benefits and pay

October 1, 2020

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March 31, 2022

What is health insurance like at Fingerpaint Marketing?

Pros

I work on the MarTech side and have nothing but positive feelings towards Fingerpaint. I really enjoy my teammates and management, it's a great group of really smart and fun folks. The workload can be heavy at times but nothing unmanageable. I can't speak for all departments but I've not been expected to work more than a 40-hour workweek and I've been fully supported with my PTO requests. It's important for everyone to set their own boundaries with any employer to maintain a work/life balance, if you do that, then you're fine. Pros: Supportive management and team members great healthcare benefits good 401k match flex PTO open to feedback CEO - my review says I don't approve which isn't accurate but I'm unable to edit.

Cons

still a bit disorganized as we grow but it's improving working in pharma not extremely challenging need better planning by PMs

Advice to Management

Leadership needs to be the example with PTO and work/life balance so employees feel safe doing the same. Continue to listen to feedback, add perks, and enforce a good work/life balance instead of blaming the industry. We can be the change in order to keep happy employees and hold onto talent.

great healthcare benefits

March 31, 2022

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August 26, 2021

Does Fingerpaint Marketing offer tuition reimbursement?

Pros

Ed is genuinely a nice guy and he has a good heart. I have some colleagues who are brilliant.

Cons

Ed has left in charge people who say "well, that is advertising" as the excuse why things can't get better. The grand gestures are great, but there are people in and out of this place in 14 months on average. That stat is taken directly from LinkedIn. Think about that, they help pay off our college tuition, give sabbaticals (after 5 years of employment), give unlimited days off (which allows them to save money by not paying out earned vacation time when people leave...quickly) and people can only make it to 14 months. The ole Saratoga way isn't working and that stat reflects it. Get change management people in here to figure it out because the people who have been by your side forever can't or they don't understand what it takes to get the work out the door without the employees walking out behind it. Oh yeah, it's 2021, why are there so many people in the organization that need digital marketing instruction like Michael Scott needs help understanding a budget surplus? Godspeed

Think about that, they help pay off our college tuition, give sabbaticals (after 5 years of employment), give unlimited days off (which allows them to save money by not paying out earned vacation time when people leave...quickly) and people can only make it to 14 months.

August 26, 2021

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August 26, 2021

Does Fingerpaint Marketing offer unlimited time off?

Pros

Ed is genuinely a nice guy and he has a good heart. I have some colleagues who are brilliant.

Cons

Ed has left in charge people who say "well, that is advertising" as the excuse why things can't get better. The grand gestures are great, but there are people in and out of this place in 14 months on average. That stat is taken directly from LinkedIn. Think about that, they help pay off our college tuition, give sabbaticals (after 5 years of employment), give unlimited days off (which allows them to save money by not paying out earned vacation time when people leave...quickly) and people can only make it to 14 months. The ole Saratoga way isn't working and that stat reflects it. Get change management people in here to figure it out because the people who have been by your side forever can't or they don't understand what it takes to get the work out the door without the employees walking out behind it. Oh yeah, it's 2021, why are there so many people in the organization that need digital marketing instruction like Michael Scott needs help understanding a budget surplus? Godspeed

Think about that, they help pay off our college tuition, give sabbaticals (after 5 years of employment), give unlimited days off (which allows them to save money by not paying out earned vacation time when people leave...quickly) and people can only make it to 14 months.

August 26, 2021

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November 12, 2020

Does Fingerpaint Marketing offer health savings accounts?

Pros

- 100% paid healthcare w/ multiple plan options - Above average 401k plan for agencies, starts immediately, vested quickly - One of the best CEO/founders out there, would thumbs up approve him several times if I could - Regular gifts/goodies, especially during quarantine - Financially stable throughout quarantine - Supervisors good at being available to subordinates most of the time

Cons

- Way too many overly complicated processes - Tenured employees not held accountable - Lack of clarity on chain of command within departments - People and culture lead unprofessional and rude - Shady billing practices

Advice to Management

Stop rewarding people who work themselves into the ground and guilting people who want the work/life balance you claim they can have with your "people first" policy. It's okay to prioritize the bottom line because that's how businesses stay in business but don't insult your employees by saying they're your first priority when it's painfully obvious they are not.

Above average 401k plan for agencies, starts immediately, vested quickly

November 12, 2020

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