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I have been working at Brady full-time (More than a year)
Nice views of the city! Decent free coffee.
This office is a joke, and you can see it in the reviews. All of the people that wrote bad reviews are the new hires that left or were run out of the company. The two positive reviews are clearly from the veteran employees that turned the office into a dumpster fire. The WPS division had difficulty attracting ecommerce talent in Buffalo, NY, and Branford, CT. The Chicago opened with the intent of hiring a bunch of new talent to improve the quality of the team. New digital VP, new search managers, new site managers, the whole works. The new hires all had relevant experience at bigger, better companies (and coincidentally have gone on to work at bigger, better companies after leaving). The employees that relocated to Chicago from Buffalo and Branford poisoned the well. They acted like a body rejecting an organ transplant. Anyone from the outside in a position of authority was undermined, undercut, and rejected. Now the veterans are in the leadership roles. The untalented people that oversaw the decline of the business in the first place are once again in charge of overseeing the decline of the business, but this time in Chicago. Oh by the way none of the site managers, manager of digital experience, or search manager work in Chicago. Some digital center of excellence! If that was the worst of it then it could be understood. No, the worst part is that they have created a toxic atmosphere that sucks the life out of everyone working here. They are literally bullies that will hound a person they see as a threat until they leave or are fired. Numerous complaints to HR have been made, as well as reports to the ethics hotline. Nothing has been done. The notion that they've "gotten rid of the bad apples" is hilarious. Here is the pattern to watch out for: you're brought in to clean up their mess, you suggest improvements, they ignore you, they undercut you, then marginalize you so you don't have the organizational support to do your job, the bad results they created are blamed on you, they take responsibility away (never called a demotion, just a refocusing), and finally your role is eliminated. Enjoy your minimal severance. If for some reason you temporarily lose your mind and decide to take the job, make sure to negotiate hard on base pay. You will not receive any of that bonus money they like to talk about and raises are nonexistent.
Advice to Management
Start tidying up that resume and adding people on LinkedIn. The terrible financial results point to you needing a new job in the near future.