- 5.0Sep 7, 2023Marketing SpecialistFormer Employee, more than 1 yearUpton, MA
Everyone works remotely, but are brought together annually for an amazing retreat. Although it’s remote and employees are spread throughout the East coast, you still feel like a part of a cohesive team. Management does a great idea of fostering an environment where you feel supported and valued, and accomplishments are awarded with pay increases and promotions. They truly care about the health and happiness of employees and encourage personal growth. And they know how to have FUN!
The only potential downside is if you don’t favor working remotely.
- 5.0Jun 10, 2021Digital Marketing StrategistCurrent Employee, more than 1 year
Susan and Maureen are incredibly smart marketing leaders that deliver outcomes with excellence, but they don't stop there. They lead their company and their clients with heart. It is obvious that they want the best for everyone they interact with. When it comes to their employees, they give us the leeway to take something we find interesting and run with it! There is no micromanaging at all. If they see you need a little guidance they give it, but mostly they let you run with it. There's lots of trust to do things on your own which gives you the ability to grow in your job. When it comes to their clients, they, along with all of us at the PMG team, become true extensions of a client's team. That means developing real relationships where we care about each other's success. This is the first time I've seen this type of client/agency relationship in practice. It makes the work that much more enjoyable.
If you're not self-motivated and disciplined, a 100% remote work environment may not be for you. It's up to you to carve a career path for yourself here. It's self-directed and won't be mapped out for you. This is a pro for me, but for others may not be.2
- 5.0Oct 30, 2017Anonymous InternFormer Intern
Precision Marketing Group is unbelievably focused on its employee experience. Each member of the team is highly knowledgeable and willing to take the time to help you if you need it. Some of the pros of my internship were: - Having access to the PMG Principals - Susan and Maureen met with me monthly to check in, talk about highs and lows, and designed my internship around my specific skills so that it would boost my resume. - The intern's role is extremely important. This is NOT a get-coffee-and-do-the-boring-stuff-other-employees-don't-want-to-do kind of job. You are a valuable member of the team and treated as such. "Intern" is in your title, but you won't be doing typical intern work. - You have the opportunity to expand your own knowledge. Want to learn about what it takes to have a successful sales call? Ask and you will likely be allowed to listen in. Want to see how a marketing campaign looks through each stage? Ask and an account manager will likely take the time to talk. As an intern, you have a huge amount of access.
Virtually no cons. Part of the job is working remotely, so if you are not a highly organized person, this is not the internship for you. Additionally, if you are the kind of person that wants to work in an office, this is not the internship for you.