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"IT Senior Software developer"

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Former Employee - Senior Software Developer in Troy, MI
Former Employee - Senior Software Developer in Troy, MI
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Pros

Great place ...client client client dictates everything , exceptional,talented ,hardworking, supporting place to work , good benefits , vacation time and 401k and profit sharing

Cons

Risky business, client client client dictates everything , your stability depends on clients performance, Client decision is final either way client wins. Less growth opportunity

Advice to Management

great job , great job in keeping clients , generating revenue and knowing when to drop a Client, great vision , thinker and a humble person

Other Employee Reviews for Omnicom

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    "Decent Place to Work"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    For the most part, management at Omnicom seems to care about you. Many people have worked with the company for a long time. Feels like a small place to work even though it's technically big.

    Cons

    Communication about changes in upper management is not always the best. Director-level personnel sometimes are not the strongest in their field but are retained due to their seniority or connections.

    Advice to Management

    Keep the lines of communications more open to all agencies within the Omnicom family and encourage agencies to do the same... This should apply to all news - positive or negative. Given that one of Omnicom's (and Omnicom agencies') strengths is a familial atmosphere, employees should not be kept in the dark about bad news such as layoffs and staff changes. They should be given the proper information in better timing so that they can either support the company or make decisions regarding their own careers. In addition, raises and promotions should be given based on merit and in proper timing, and not so often merely as a reaction to an employee's stated desire to leave the company.


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    "Decent company to get experience"

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    Current Employee - Accounting in New York, NY
    Current Employee - Accounting in New York, NY
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    Fun place to work. Never boring, work a great cast of employees. They do a good job at cross training employees so everyone learns more

    Cons

    Their pay is FAR below industry norms. If you do a good job, then you're just rewarded with more work.

    Advice to Management

    Pay people what they're worth and the turnover wouldn't be as high. Its a shame, because otherwise it would be a terrific place to work.

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