Fingerpaint Marketing Compensation FAQ

Read what Fingerpaint Marketing employees think about their compensation at the company.

Fingerpaint Marketing has a compensation and benefits rating of 3.8. If you want to know how much Fingerpaint Marketing employees make, head to their Salaries page to see a list of salaries per occupation, along with bonuses.

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October 1, 2020

What is the salary 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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December 3, 2018

Does Fingerpaint Marketing offer a yearly bonus?

Pros

CEO is awesome and seems to really care about his employees, knowing them by their first names, and going out of his way to connect. The culture is fun, a work hard/play hard mentality. There are food and snacks stocked at all times. Birthday pto every year. Summer fridays this past year. Big on philanthropy and giving back.

Cons

The “100% employer-paid benefits” are garbage. The only plans offered are two crappy high-deductible plans that cover barely anything. It’s actually the worst healthcare insurance I’ve been offered through an employer. Ever. The 401k match could be better too.

Advice to Management

Please start providing better benefits to employees (better healthcare coverage, improved 401k match, etc), that would be really “people first.”

Summer fridays this past year.

December 3, 2018

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November 12, 2020

Does Fingerpaint Marketing offer stock options or a stock purchase plan?

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.

100% paid healthcare w/ multiple plan options

November 12, 2020

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October 23, 2019

Does Fingerpaint Marketing offer bonus pay?

Pros

Coming to Fingerpaint has been a truly wonderful career move for me. The people make coming to the office each day easy. It's so awesome watching our teams come together for one end goal and provide our clients with some of the best work in the industry. I've learned so much in my few years since starting with this company because of the leaders who take time to explain the little things. I'm grateful to my team for their constant support and daily laughs. Added bonus: the amazing benefits! 100% coverage of medical premiums, assistance paying off college loans (my personal favorite), spot bonuses and office dogs.

Cons

Overall, Fingerpaint is a great place to work. Every company has their "learning curves" and Fingerpaint is always willing to learn more about different ways to improve. The Monday morning breakfasts or paid team lunches are a great but it doesn't always boil down to a free meal. Instead, I think we could focus on improving on the work/life balance - maybe it's more work from opportunities, more paid holidays, or being able to hire an extra team member here and there to take on the extra work load. Our competitors are following the trend of more time off and working from home, so why can't we?

Added bonus: the amazing benefits!

October 23, 2019

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February 11, 2021

What are pay increases like 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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