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BrightTALK Employee Reviews about "new hires"

Updated Aug 21, 2019

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Paul Heald
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  • "BrightTALK is a great place to work for people who are ambitious and driven(in 5 reviews)

  • "Smart and diverse coworkers create a stimulating work environment(in 5 reviews)

  • "The career development program is failing all the entry-level employees and only serves the people who've managed to escape(in 3 reviews)

  • "All new hires are junior, early 20s and white(in 3 reviews)

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    "An up and coming media/technology company with lots of room for career growth for post University job seekers"

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    Former Employee - Sales Executive in San Francisco, CA
    Neutral Outlook
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    I worked at BrightTALK full-time for more than 3 years


    BrightTALK has a culture built on inclusion and learning. It is the ideal company to work for when you're fresh out of college because of the impact you make on the business in your day to day work. You also get to learn a lot about growing a business and more often than not get first hand knowledge of client relations. It's also an ideal place for those more experienced professionals looking to manage and grow a...

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    BrightTALK is definitely not for the faint of heart. They lack a unified tried and tested on boarding process for new hires. This is the same for whether they are experienced or not. It's very much a grin and bear it type of atmosphere that forces employees to adapt and learn on the fly. This can at times be beneficial to the company because it weeds out the lesser qualified...

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    Advice to Management

    I think upper management overall does a very good job. At times it could be more beneficial if they got opinions first hand from lower level employees on occasion instead of from middle management. I would also take a look at improving salaries for more mid level team members as they often do the bulk of the work that directly impacts the client. The happier they are the better the client experience will be.

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