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6 days ago

Marketing Director – Apply on Glassdoor

InvestorPlace Rockville, MD

This senior level marketing position will report to the Sr. VP and Publisher and will have ownership over the marketing for a specific group of… InvestorPlace

9 days ago

MANAGING EDITOR – Apply on Glassdoor

InvestorPlace Rockville, MD

Ideal candidate will have at least 5-7 years of experience working on rapidly changing deadlines with excellent writing and interpersonal skills… InvestorPlace

21 days ago

Assistant Editor – Apply on Glassdoor

InvestorPlace Rockville, MD

• A chance to hone your web publishing skills, including analytics, search engine optimization and direct e-mail… InvestorPlace

23 days ago

Marketing Copywriter – Apply on Glassdoor

InvestorPlace Rockville, MD

InvestorPlace Media, LLC is a fast growing, fast-paced financial publishing company looking for an energetic, flexible, hardworking Marketing… InvestorPlace

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David L. Bishop
6 Ratings
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    The Honeymoon is Over

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    Former Employee - Developer in Rockville, MD
    Former Employee - Developer in Rockville, MD
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    I worked at InvestorPlace full-time (More than 8 years)


    Friendly people, not rigid on schedule and arriving late/leaving early, lots of opportunity if you demonstrate the willingness and desire, but be careful because expectations may become too high.


    No real pay structure, which means that some people with more experience, knowledge, and/or responsibility are paid less than some of the newer employees. When they do give you an increase, they act like they've done this big favor for you, when all they really did was bring your pay closer to where it should've been. Often times promotions are given as a way to increase someone's salary instead of just giving them a merit raise and saving the promotion for when they really deserve it. As a result many people have over inflated titles. For example, in one particular team of 3 or 4 marketers, there were no marketing associates, managers, or assistant managers. Instead every member of the team was director-level or higher. This practice devalues the promotions and the titles of everyone. Many of the managers are terrible at managing people; a fact that is well-known to many of the employees, and even senior management. So much so, that their inability to manage is often the subject of humor around the office. The disappointing part is that these managers are allowed to remain in their positions while their subordinates grow increasingly despondent and dissatisfied.

    Advice to Management

    Great strides have been made over the past few years to reshape and improve the culture of the company - and that's great - but that honeymoon period is over. Challenge the status quo. Think beyond your limitations. Take responsibility for the failings of your employees. Acknowledge and accept the sub-cultures that exist among the different types of professions present in the company. Doing so will only help to encourage and support your employees and make them feel appreciated.

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