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    1. 4.0
      Jul 18, 2016
      Anonymous Employee
      Current Employee, more than 1 year
      Quincy, MA
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      My experience working at Propel Marketing has been very positive. Senior management is engaged, passionate and truly cares about the business and the employees. The people I work with are genuine, smart and fun. I laugh everyday which is a nice reward for hard work. It definitely makes Propel Marketing someplace I'm glad to come to on a daily basis. The location, while a little out of the way of mainstream corporate offices in the Boston area, boasts free parking (a HUGE monetary plus), a small cafeteria and a relatively short walk to public transportation (red line). The company supplies coffee, a Bevi machine (flavored still and sparkling water), lots of snacks and fresh fruit as well as happy hour/beer Fridays. The company is growing and is making adjustments on the fly as it goes. Doing your job well, taking initiative and offering solutions rather than just pointing out problems gets rewarded with acknowledgement and appreciation at the very least. CEO expects a lot from the team but leads by example and with respect.


      Younger staff is very cliquey and some act entitled. Egos in certain departments are a little too big. Health insurance is good but expensive. 401(k) Employer match is very low.


      Thank you for your feedback and great advice. We promise to continue making adjustments as needed and finding ways to keep our employees happy!

      1. 5.0
        Jan 15, 2015
        Anonymous Employee
        Current Employee
        Quincy, MA
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        I have been an employee of Propel Marketing for over two years now and I can say without a shadow of doubt that these have been some of the most rewarding years of my career. Propel has made great strides to becoming one of the leaders in the Digital Marketing space in the Quincy/Boston area. It offers tremendous opportunities for growth both from a career development perspective but also from a knowledge perspective. The Digital Marketing world is continuously changing/improving/developing and Propel is committed to ensuring that employees feel empowered with the latest industry knowledge and can apply it to every day work.The team has a work hard/play hard mentality and as we all know, it makes a great difference in overall morale when employees enjoy the people they work with. Beer Fridays, Propel team outings in Quincy and Boston, community events, and team building exercises are just some of the few ways in which Propel continues to unite and engage their employees. I am proud to be a part of the work we are doing and I am encouraged everyday by the drive to continuously improve and make this an even better place to work.


        I would not note this as a true con in all senses of the word but rather a challenge. The challenge being that Propel has grown so fast in the past couple of years that there is always an abundance of work that needs to be tended to. With our growing client base, our ongoing improvements and dedication to our in-house platforms, and much more, the mentality here is often an "all hands on deck" approach. There will be days where you are pulled into something new or unexpected. For some who like to have structure all day long, everyday, this can be a challenge. But from a positive perspective, this allows for more doors and opportunities to open. If you are a "go-getter" who likes to be involved in as much as possible and be able to feel as though you have your hands in a great variety of work, this is the right place for you!

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        1. 3.0
          Aug 25, 2016
          Anonymous Employee
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          Awesome place to start a career in marketing. You will learn a lot about the ins and outs of the industry, make some good career connections, and work with a younger, enthusiastic generation of people. Good sense of camaraderie with group activities and events. Location is conveniently outside of Boston with plenty of parking & T access. Cafeteria on site is a good plus.


          Constant growing of the fairly new, startup-type company sometimes affected operations and day to day decision making by management in a negative way. Turnover is high for both entry level and management level which frequently causes chaos and sometimes turmoil of productivity levels in certain departments.


          Thank you for your feedback, it is greatly appreciated!

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