Fingerpaint Marketing Career Development FAQ

Read what Fingerpaint Marketing employees think about career development at the company. Employees have questions about everything from promotions and mentoring to job security.

Fingerpaint Marketing has a career opportunities rating of 3.6.

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6 English questions out of 6

June 6, 2021

How are career development opportunities at Fingerpaint Marketing?

Pros

-Decent benefits but it doesn't outweigh the negatives

Cons

-No strategy in their work - pretty much just a creative shop -Poor pay compared to the rest of the industry -TERRIBLE "leadership" - toxic environment starts from the top -Everyone is leaving, each week there is a long list of those who have quit (whether they've been here for a while or not) -The owner, Ed, isn't really involved anymore, he used to be close to the business and is more hands off now (focused on buying other companies instead of the current clients) and it shows in the company culture -No job satisfaction or recognition for hard work -Can't remember the last time we won any new business

Advice to Management

Go back to the way things used to be - which will probably entail firing a lot of the new hires in leadership who have ruined the culture

No job satisfaction or recognition for hard work

June 6, 2021

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February 16, 2021

What kind of career opportunities exist at Fingerpaint Marketing?

Pros

Learned a lot about the world of marketing Good company culture Great learning opportunities

Cons

Hard to grow internally Felt that there weren’t as many opportunities to advance into higher roles

Great learning opportunities

February 16, 2021

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March 26, 2021

Does Fingerpaint Marketing have any sort of mentoring program?

Pros

Great communication and great first internship

Cons

None that I can think of!

Great communication and great first internship

March 26, 2021

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February 11, 2021

How are promotions handled at Fingerpaint Marketing?

Pros

im honestly not sure what to even put here at this point. paid out sabbaticals? so much for taking time off.

Cons

this place is a sinking ship. here are some tips to survive this place: - career opportunities: get on the dream team or die trying, only way to get any type of recognition. - comp and benefits: the conversation will go like this "we love you, you are amazing, you're the best in the world, 3% is the highest we can give you." it's a lie and we all know it. ask around, salary increases are MUCH more for people who ask for it. it's insulting and it's probably why 10 people have quit this month. - culture and values: make your own rules and stick to them, the culture has died and the value of "people first" is laughable. remember when philanthropy was a core value and then the head of philanthropy quit because things were so bad... and no one cared to comment on this...? -diversity and inclusion: give up, clearly leadership has. -senior management: suck up to them or you're on the outs. likability = raises. -work/life balance: give it up or quit, while we claim to be innovative there is absolutely no change to this, the excuse is "it's our industry." recommendation: get out. im working on it.

Advice to Management

do you know how to listen? remember when we asked to work remote and you said "it wasn't possible in our line of work," look at us now. please admit that we are no longer independent as we've sold to knox lane. and that we are billable first. in addition, will anyone address why six people from in the internal operations team left at the same time. what do they know, that we don’t?

ask around, salary increases are MUCH more for people who ask for it.

February 11, 2021

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September 28, 2021

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at Fingerpaint Marketing?

Pros

The culture of Fingerpaint. From helping employees pay of student loan debt, to taking on pro bono work for various charities and philanthropies, Fingerpaint has continually proven to me that they do truly put people first. I never feel like I am just a cog in the machine. I'm relatively new to Fingerpaint, but already feel like I have made great connections with the people I've been working and have learned a lot from them despite working remotely. The Work. I have working with a lot of different brands/products which has been great experience for me because I am relatively new to the industry.

Cons

Nothing I can think of!

I'm relatively new to Fingerpaint, but already feel like I have made great connections with the people I've been working and have learned a lot from them despite working remotely.

September 28, 2021

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