Mission: We give our employees purpose to come to work each day.
As our CEO Nick Colucci puts it, “Employees that play together—have purpose together—stay together.&rdquo ...
Congratulations Matt McNally, President, on being named 2017 Red Jacket Honoree and to Graham Mills, an inspiration and game changer, for being named to The Top 100 PharmaVOICE list of the Most Inspiring People. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ4Tj
In a constantly changing world, our goal is to create life-changing dialogue around health and wellness.
Our mission is to attract and nurture a diverse talent pool, unearth the most imaginative ideas, be at the forefront, challenge ourselves to do better, and conduct ourselves with integrity.
Our promise is to deliver ideas of purpose that compel action, change lives, and amplify business outcomes. To do that, we remain intellectually curious.
We believe in our collective health and wellness communications expertise, and we are committed to understanding, leading, engaging, and bringing innovative solutions to our clients.
It’s important to us to have employees who are satisfied, motivated, and given a sense of purpose. In fact, we see our people as a key competitive advantage. We have some of the best and brightest working for us. We believe that is one of the key reasons Publicis Health is the premier health and wellness communications network in the world.
We regard our employees with respect and strive to create a team environment where thoughts, ideas, and opinions are celebrated. We help you manage your career by design, not by default, so you can better reach your professional goals. And being part of a global organization provides you with extraordinary opportunities and career choices. Whether it being growing your career within one organization or transferring to another for new opportunities, we offer our employees mobility to pursue their passions.
We invest in our people. We have robust mentoring, training, and development programs that enrich careers. We give our employees opportunities with purpose through a strong prowess for Corporate Social Responsibility. From raising over $400,000 for the American Heart Association to reconstructing schools, working with senior citizens, volunteering time at homeless shelters, donating food and clothing to the less fortunate, to providing creative talent for pro bono assignments, we encourage and support our agencies to build strong cultures that are connected to their communities. When you’re a part of Publicis Health, you’re part of something bigger than just any one single person or organization.
With headquarters in New York City and offices throughout North America, Europe, and the Asian Pacific, Publicis Health offers a world of opportunities to our employees. From Account Management to Global Operations to Creative and Digital Specialists, there are boundless opportunities.
Each of our offices has its own distinct culture. We support each one shaping it in their own way. We celebrate what makes each of us distinct and believe we are stronger, smarter and better together.
I have been working at Publicis Health full-time (More than 3 years)
The culture in this organization is absolutely top notch. They are a people first, employee centric company that communicates consistently and clearly.
Contract based organization so majority of positions are tied to a limited-program term.
Advice to Management
Middle level management gets lost in the shuffle. You have a tremendous bench of talent and you should commit increased effort to getting to know them and discovering their thoughts and ideas about growing the business.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Publicis Health (New York, NY) in January 2018.
The interview process was easy and quick. They contacted me shortly after I applied, and set up a phone interview. There was the typical tell me about yourself questions, and some pertaining to agency work. What really turned me off from ever applying again was the fact that at the end of the phone screen he confirmed that I would be getting feedback either way if they would be moving forward. They never followed up with that to me, and after two attempts to reach out again there was still no response. I think that it is unprofessional to ignore potential candidates once they reach any level in the process. Passing on candidates is fine. Treating them like trash is not. I would never attempt to apply there again.
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