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"Harold Burson Summer Intern in Washington, DC"

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Former Intern - Intern in Washington, DC
Former Intern - Intern in Washington, DC
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I worked at Burson-Marsteller as an intern (Less than a year)

Pros

Work across all departments and across offices nationally. Work with interns in other offices. Seating is integrated with full-time team allowing for exposure. Work with local interns to compete in RPF challenge.

Cons

Difficult to get hired. Must push really hard from beginning of internship if you want to stay. Will sometimes hire as contractor if can't hire full-time.

Advice to Management

Train your interns and give them challenging tasks. The more they know, the better they can do work for you.

Other Employee Reviews for Burson-Marsteller

  1. "Good Company"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    Pros

    Respectful of all employees. Good team spirit. Have big accounts that are handled by big teams. Lots of mentoring opportunities.

    Cons

    Promotions are too slow in coming. Lots of corporate levels to penetrate in order to move up. Raises could be bigger and more plentiful.

    Advice to Management

    Stay true to the principles established by Harold Burson.


  2. "Great learning experience, cares about its employees"

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    Former Intern - Anonymous Intern
    Former Intern - Anonymous Intern

    I worked at Burson-Marsteller as an intern

    Pros

    1. Great leadership team
    2. Internal and external trainings that allow employees to develop cross-skill set
    3. Receptive to feedback

    Cons

    1. Not as digitally savvy as it could be (media monitoring conducted offline)
    2. Internship program is too underdeveloped. Interns should be given more guidance, and be able to contribute to projects as opposed to tasks.

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