Fingerpaint Marketing Benefits FAQ

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

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What are perks and other benefits like at Fingerpaint Marketing?

11 English reviews out of 11

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January 9, 2019

Pros

Lots of good people, great benefits (healthcare plan is high-deductible but no premiums out of your paycheck). Lots of new business opportunities

Cons

Working at home is frowned upon. There tends to be cliques.

Lots of good people, great benefits (healthcare plan is high

January 9, 2019

Reviewed by: Anonymous in Conshohocken, PA (Anonymous Employee)

February 7, 2019

Pros

It’s a culture of “yes”. Everyone roots for each other. Independent spirit allows for new ideas to be implemented quickly. Owner, Ed, is very dialed in to people and very generous, new perks come up all the time.

Cons

Recruiting is often a challenge.

Advice to Management

Transparency has gotten way better. Thank you! Keep looking for new and creative ways to recruit amazing talent to add to what we already have.

Owner, Ed, is very dialed in to people and very generous, new perks come up all the time.

February 7, 2019

Reviewed by: Creative in Saratoga Springs, NY (Current Employee)

May 1, 2019

Pros

- Excellent management from the top down - They live into the "people first" mentality. It's not just some corporate BS mantra. It's a promise, and they live into it every single day -Everyone cares about each other. You're not just a number on a spreadsheet. -Dog friendly -Great perks--healthcare premiums completely covered that start the day you're hired, student loan reimbursement program, gym membership, summer Fridays, spot bonuses, amazing 401K match, Yankees season tickets for the office, unlimited sick days and personal time. The list goes on! - Complete transparency. No guessing about what's happening with the business. Management is completely open about everything - A brand new, custom office space is in the process of being built - A fantastic team with great talent and friendly people - Unmatched work-life balance - A department dedicated to philanthropic work and bettering the community - A leader that is just an amazing, giving person. Just Google what Ed Mitzen has done for the community

Cons

That they didn't open an NJ office sooner!

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you're doing to attract and keep top talent. Other agencies are trying to emulate what Fingerpaint is doing for its employees, but they'll never be able to do it. Quite frankly, it's exactly how a company should run. Working here has completely re-inspired my love for the industry, which was diminishing from a lack of leadership and corporate BS red tape at my previous employer. I'm not alone in saying that coming here has been the best decision I've made in my career.

Great perks

May 1, 2019

Reviewed by: Creative in Cedar Knolls, NJ (Current Employee)

October 1, 2020

Pros

Great people. Good benefits and pay

Cons

Awful work/life balance. Limited growth opportunity

Good benefits and pay

October 1, 2020

Reviewed by: Creative (Current Employee)

December 3, 2018

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.”

paid benefits” are garbage.

December 3, 2018

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Current Employee)

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