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Weber Shandwick is a global public relations and communications leader.
Across an expansive global network of public relations practitioners, our award-winning communications teams bring to every engagement an unrelenting client focus, a passion for their clients’ businesses, innovative and creative strategies and a commitment to measurable results.
Weber Shandwick has built a collaborative team of the industry’s most talented professionals, a client roster that includes many of the world’s most recognized and respected brands, and a proven track record of unparalleled performance. We provide strategic counsel and program execution services that span the complete range of communications disciplines and industry sectors. Services range from marketing communications, media relations and issues management to public affairs, crisis communications, and CEO and corporate reputation management. Our specialized integrated services include digital and social media, advocacy advertising and market research.
Weber Shandwick is a unit of The Interpublic Group (NYSE: IPG), which is one of the world's leading organizations of advertising agencies and marketing services companies.
Most simply, you can’t go wrong joining an award-winning, highly respected, global agency that provides a fun, dynamic and creative place to work. It’s exciting and compelling to be part of a winning team that gives you the opportunity to learn and grow professionally every day. And, with our entrepreneurial and collaborative environment, expansive global network and wide range of specialties and practice areas, Weber Shandwick is a place for people willing to work hard, think strategically and devote themselves to doing superior work on behalf of their clients.
If you’d like to hear more about why Weber Shandwick is a great place to work, read on:
Weber Shandwick is always engaged in Learning & Development.
The agency provides a comprehensive learning and development program via classroom instruction, webinar and online delivery, self-directed learning and on-the-job training. With our goal of engaging, always, we provide a variety of training in different ways to meet the unique needs of staff in all of our global locations.
The following characteristics of our Learning and Development platform are noteworthy:
Some other key program highlights include:
Offers live professional development, interactive webinars, social learning and online learning in leadership, communications, professional development skills, creativity, client relationship skills and team-building.
Global Exchange Program
Provides a unique opportunity for our people to work on multinational accounts, develop cross-border skills and experience first-hand different business cultures across our worldwide network.
At Weber Shandwick, we believe that workplace leadership requires comprehensive and competitive benefits programs in every office around the world. Represented in more than 40 markets, we offer first rate benefits worldwide in addition to programs that address market specific needs. Additionally, we continually review our offerings to ensure market competitiveness.
Our benefits programs are supplemented by local programs that reflect the customs and specific desires of our employees in each office. Some programs stress work-life balance, while others focus on community service. In every case, they are reflective of our rich and diverse employee population around the globe.
Weber Shandwick is a global team of strategists, analysts, producers, designers, developers, campaign activators and brilliant storytellers who know how to make every story an engaging one.
And while it’s true that Weber Shandwick employs lots of smart people and plenty of out-of-the-box thinkers (experts on search, gastronomy and virtual reality included), what really defines us is our collaborative culture – an inclusive environment that encourages the kind of teamwork and open-idea sharing that’s become a hallmark of our firm. Weber Shandwick’s global network of experts constantly strives to deliver the kind of borderless access to ideas that clients are looking for.
Diversity and Inclusion
Weber Shandwick is committed to building and promoting diversity and inclusion throughout our organization and industry.
We recognize that tapping into a variety of life experiences and personal perspectives enhances our effectiveness, employee engagement, brand reputation and ultimately, our success. We’re constantly cultivating a company culture that promotes awareness of and respect for multiple world views, and we work hard to ensure that all employees have the information and access to opportunities they need to succeed.
We believe in the shared value that’s gained by infusing a mindset of corporate citizenship into our business, our global culture, and the partnerships we build with our clients, our people and the communities in which we operate.
Throughout our comprehensive corporate social responsibility programs, we aim to minimize our environmental footprint and promote sustainability, foster a diverse, inclusive and collaborative work environment, and partner with clients who are as passionate about contributing to social good as we are.
I have been working at Weber Shandwick full-time
Great company culture and inclusive environment where people collaborate on a day to day basis.
Like at any big agency, if you don't speak up, you won't get to work on the projects you want most.
I applied online. I interviewed at Weber Shandwick.
Phone screen, in-person, 2 written tests.
I wrote multiple writing samples and interviewed in person for the role, and did not receive any notice that the team had hired another candidate until I emailed HR a few weeks after my in-person interview. This lack of notice might seem like usual practice, but please note that HR had previously been in very consistent and quick communication with me. In fact, the recruiter I was connected with had previously and explicitly requested very immediate responses from me in scheduling the phone screen and in-person interview. After spending hours of my time completing the written assessments and going into the office to meet the team, the least the recruiters could have done was to inform me of my candidate status. Additionally, the interviewers were very disengaged, and looked at their phones while we were talking. Overall, a very inconsiderate recruiting experience.