Mission: Allure Marketing Group's philosophy of 100% internal, organic growth guarantees team members will be trained from the entry-level up, providing them an opportunity for rapid advancement within the company.
I have been working at Allure Marketing Group full-time (More than a year)
- Best experience as a job straight out of college
- Room for growth within the company
- Comprehensive training and introduction to company culture when I started
- Actually was excited to go to work every day
- Newly renovated office space is gorgeous
- The C.E.O is amazing and so down to earth, always willing talk discuss my progression in the company
- The truth is it is not for everyone, this is a career, not a come in and slouch at a desk while scrolling through facebook kind of job. The first two weeks of training are intense but well worth it to immerse yourself in the company.
Advice to Management
- The truth is it is not for everyone, this is a career, not a come in and slouch at a desk while scrolling through facebook kind of job. The first two weeks of training are intense but well worth it to immerse yourself in the company. Non a con for most but as I've learned from my friends that still live at home and work in retail, not everyone has ambition for a career.
I applied online. I interviewed at Allure Marketing Group (New York, NY) in September 2017.
I got a phone call about coming in for an interview about 15 minutes after I submit my resume, which made me think they're desperate. I did a lot of research on this company and found VERY mixed reviews, but also no real information about the company itself. I went to the interview because I was curious. There were about 15 other people there interviewing at the same time, which was a big red flag. The woman interviewing me asked me very few questions and mostly explained the role. She said everyone starts at the bottom and can work up after a year. I said, "so this interview isn't even for the manager position I applied to?" She said, it is, but you're not qualified until you work with us for a year. I said, "so this interview is definitely not for the position I applied to." She seemed very put off that I was asking so many questions. Another red flag. I didn't get an offer or a followup. The whole thing seems like a big scam to me.
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